It is well said, ”Power corrupts and absolute power corrupt absolutely”. Karnataka recent assembly election showcased this. The mysterious presence of evil power within the authority that leads to corruption can impact severely when rights to vote for people come into hands of the common man. The greed of power makes some politicians to go the wrong way and in the process of exercising corrupt power they finish their political career. In the context of the recently concluded assembly election, both idioms of power and absolute power, fits excellent. BS Yedurappa, in 2008, with his own persona was able to bring back the BJP for the first time at a southern state, since its inception in 1980. Due to greed for power and the absolute position he has been in a political position, after five years, he had been deserted by his own party and compelled to form a political party and won only six seats from it.