35-YEARS- OLD CULTURE HAS BEEN REPEATED

 

Bangalore,May 24,(globelmedianews.com):
There is no government in Karnataka but at the center of the anti-party party. This tradition has been in the last 35 years. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, BS Yeddyurappa, who was sworn in as Chief Minister of Karnataka, felt that it had been opened for 35 years. However, the tradition has been restarted as he withdrew from the position of CE in just 55 hours. Yeddyurappa is going to take power from the post. This led to an old tradition of continuing to live in Kannada. 


35-YEARS- OLD CULTURE HAS BEEN REPEATED

The first non-Congress government in Karnataka was formed in 1983. The Janata Party, led by Ramakrishna Hegde, was in power and the Congress was at the center. After the Congress secured the power in Karnataka in the 1989 elections, the Janata Dal-led National Front formed the Union Government and VP Singh became the Prime Minister. Apart from the UPA-II rule, except for the UPA-2 government in the United Front of the United Front, the party is in the center of the party which has held all the seats in Karnataka elections since 1983. When Janata Dal came to power in the 1996 elections, the Deve Gowda was the Prime Minister of the United Front at the Center. The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) is in power when the Congress has won the 2013 Assembly elections and Siddaramaiah took over. However, in the 2014 elections, the BJP has won and is in power at the Center. In 2004, it was also the year 2004. 

Elections were held in Karnataka Legislative Assembly along with the Lok Sabha in 2004. While Congress was still in power in Karnataka, SM Krishna was the CM. At the same time, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister of the BJP-led NDA government. NDA, who felt that the people would be upset again, termed the term of the Lok Sabha for six months and went to the pre-election. However, the Congress won a majority in the elections. In Karnataka, the party did not get the desired result. This led to the formation of the Congress government with the JD However, it did not last long. Even today, such a situation has become a base. The efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah to gain power in Karnataka have failed to influence the voters. The saffron party won the most seats but failed to win the necessary seats for the formation of the government.

No comments:
Write comments