KARNATAKA ELECTIONS ARE INTERESTING

 

Bangalore,April 11,(globelmedianews.com):
Karnataka Assembly elections to be held on May 17 are eagerly interested in the country.Political parties believe that the current elections will be possible in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.Karnataka polls are becoming crucial in the country's politics and say that the results will also be on the election of the rest of the states.The main political parties in Karnataka, Congress and the BJP have already started their campaign.Both parties take the election very crucially. It is expected to have a strong impact on Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram, which are likely to be in the polls this year along with the Karnataka elections.


KARNATAKA ELECTIONS ARE INTERESTING

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and BJP leader Amit Shah are on their campaign. Communalism is changing with criticism and criticism. The parties are trying their best to get rid of Lingayat votes, the main social group in the state. Even though Yeddyurappa was announced as a candidate for the support of Lingayat, the BJP has suffered the Congress government's proposal to grant minority status to Lingayat. The Linguists are the largest groups of Kurubas and Dalits towards the Congress. In the aftermath of current developments, there are two possible outcomes. The Congress or the BJP can have a higher majority and can form the government or hang up. In the wake of Hong's formation, JDS is the third major party in Karnataka. The JDS party has joined hands with BSP and is working to break Dalit votes. Even though the majority is not in the fray, the political parties believe that the Congress and the BJP are likely to become the King Maker in the form of a government-run vote. The elections in Karnataka are crucial to the BJP. In the recent by-elections, the party has lost its excitement. The pressure on party workers has increased due to the success of the Karnataka elections. To win the election, we are looking to influence the elections in the rest of the states. In the 2019 elections, the Uttar Pradesh BJP is crucial. Uttar Pradesh is the main reason for coming to power in the 2014 elections. But the BJP has suffered a major blow as it emerged victorious with the formation of the ASP and BSP alliance in the by-election. If the Congress won in Karnataka, it will be possible to meet the ASP and BSP in Uttar Pradesh. If this happens, the BJP will face a hard fight in Utter Pradesh. Shiv Sena, who has strong strength in Maharashtra, recently announced that he would come out of the NDA and contest alone in the forthcoming elections. Shiv Sena leader publicly opposed the decisions of Modi. If the BJP wins in Karnataka, all the parties that want to come out of the NDA along with the Shiv Sena are likely to be defensive. Apart from these, break-up between the BJP and the PDP in Jammu and Kashmir began. The plaintiff thinks that it should break with the BJP in the face of urgent circumstances. However, in Bihar, the LPP has announced its link to the BJP. In addition, the northeastern parties looking to merge with the BJP are indicative of Karnataka's success. If the Congress won in Karnataka, the situation is likely to be considered by the BJP. The BJP is also implementing a strategy implemented in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh. Already hired some to gather information. It takes information from time to time and takes on strategies. In contrast, the Congress has also begun the process of integrating all parties. 20 party leaders attended the dinner hosted by Sonia Gandhi recently. The success of the Congress in Karnataka is likely to strengthen this bond. On the other hand, Sidhadarayya has been working hard to win in Karnataka. The idea of ​​granting minority status to attract existing lingamites has been brought to the screen. Lingayat is looking towards the Congress. Lingayat, which is 17 per cent of the state's population, is a key player in electoral success. Promoting the Lingayat from the BJP to the BJP from the front is now moving forward to the party. If this is true, the Congress party's strategy is to say.

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