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Karnataka Political Turmoil.

Brahmanyan

Well-known member
The first part of the Political Drama is over for the present. Now the second part after a brief interval will start with different players. God only knows how long this will last or continue with an effective Government till the end.

The outgoing CM cannot complain anyone for this fiasco. As the BJP commented in "Twitter" minutes after chief minister HD Kumaraswamy led Congress-JDS coalition government lost the trust vote in Karnataka assembly on Tuesday, the BJP termed it as "game of karma."

The seeds were sown by him in October 2007 for this, when he broke his promise of vacating his seat for his BJP partner to rule after 20 month of enjoying the Chair of CM.

This is what we call "nemesis".

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

Jaykay767

Well-known member
Those who carry out lynchings and violence against innocent minorities, should be the last one preaching dharma and karma !!

The politics of hate by right has gone to such extremes of lynchistan, JDS is far better option any day !!
 

Maha52

New member
The first part of the Political Drama is over for the present.

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
Sir,

If BJP Forms Government, will this State thrive with more sanctions from Central Government, as the State and the Central are ruled by the very same saffron party for the first time ??
 

Brahmanyan

Well-known member
Sir,

If BJP Forms Government, will this State thrive with more sanctions from Central Government, as the State and the Central are ruled by the very same saffron party for the first time ??
No my friend, unfortunately BJP has more factions in its fold, which will be a deterrent for stable Government.

Karnataka is rich in natural resources and the local population are friendly people. Comparing to other States, Karnataka is rich and gets more tax revenue. Bangalore is the IT Capital of India.

Perhaps what we need is a holiday from legislative Government. Instead, we should have Governor's rule for some time, and go for fresh elections with young leaders. BJP has good lot of youngsters and well disciplined cadre to work for success in elections. Congress in Karnataka is facing the same problem as in other Parts of the Country. It has to rebuild the Party from ground level with new young leaders.

Let us wait and see how the SC decides on Speaker's action of today, disqualifying three senior members of Congress !

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

Brahmanyan

Well-known member
Just now I saw the TV news that Sri B.S. Yeddiyurappa got the clearance from BJP central leadership in Delhi to meet the Governor and stake the claim to form the Government. Governor has agreed, and Sri B.S.Yeddiyurappa will be administered oath of office at 6.00 pm this evening.

Let us hope this Government under Sri B.S.Yeddiyurappa lasts full term and gives good Governance.

Sri Yeddiyurappa is a good person, efficient administrator and excellent organiser, who is one of the leaders who built BJP from scratch to the position what we see today.

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

Jaykay767

Well-known member
More I see the nervous shenanigans of the ruling dispensation, it looks like they have won the elections with mass evm tampering !

They are avoiding elections in as many states as possible, in Goa and now in Karnataka and then they are talking of MP, Raj next.

I mean, with a 26 seat of 28 landslide in Karnataka, why wouldn't anyone go for assembly election instead of doing this hotch potch floor test ?
 

Brahmanyan

Well-known member
BJP Government in Karnataka under Sri Yediyurappa passed through Vote of Confidence by "Voice Vote". Similarly ,the Vote of account has also passed.

As expected Speaker Ramesh Kumar has submitted his resignation letter to the Deputy Speaker.

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

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