One person who has appeared to have thoroughly enjoyed the unrestrained political machinations, drama and intrigue that has resulted from the Karnataka Assembly elections is former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah.
The JKNC chief has been tweeting incessantly on developments in Karnataka, whether it be about the Governor (whom he called a rubber stamp), the BJP (which he said needs no lessons in blowing the Constitution to shambles), or his views on horse-trading (MLAs who indulge in it should be barred for fighting elections).
Now, he's also quipped about the three parties, BJP, Congress and JD(S), and the buses they've been using to transport their MLAs to-and-fro between hotels, resorts, airports, the Karnataka Legislative Assembly and Hyderabad.
Commenting on a photo of a bus for BJP MLAs, Omar Abdullah has given some advice to the Congress. He's said that the Rahul Gandhi-led party should have paid someone to replace the BJP sticker in the front with a Congress sticker. That way the MLAs inside would have mysteriously vanished for 24 hours.
Funny as it is, Omar Abdullah's tweet actually has an amount of basis. At the time of publishing, two Congress MLAs aren't at the Karnataka Vidhana Soudha and apparently going to abstain from voting in the critical floor test.
Follow all developments in from the floor test here.
And here are Omar Abdullah's earlier inputs which are mentioned above:
On Governor -
On Horse-trading -
On the BJP -