Drama in Karnataka Politics

January 2, 2007

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Cartoon: RK

Karnataka minister quits as CM skips Eid

`BJP will not be given a chance to head Government’

Electric shocks in offing as Cabinet drags its feet

Minister quits; no talks to convince him: Kumaraswamy

Kumaraswamy disarms `rebel’ leaders in coalition Ministry

MLA, former MLA to debate today

`Public debate’ leads to clash in Davangere

etc., etc., etc…..

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8 Responses to “Drama in Karnataka Politics”

  1. praneshachar Says:

    50 drams in a day good cartton suvarna karnatakada spoorthi
    ultimately plot to not allow yediurappa to become CM or BJP to rule

  2. shark Says:

    How many time has the muslim minister attended hindu ceremonies?
    i don’t understand why these people have to mix religion and politics…!
    For everything they start off with the “minority” tag…! How much of importance has the muslim majority given to the hindu-minority in Kashmir?

    I am sure common men (be it hindu or muslim) have always lived in peace and harmony… it is these so called leaders who create havoc! that too unecessarily!

  3. M O H A N Says:

    Politicians are diabolical in nature. Its a fact that they never show their true colors ( except after voting till next rounds!)

    Jameer wanted transport ministry and HDK had kept telling him stories about it will happen any time now and had set 1st 2007 as deadline. The deadline expired and obviously jameer called quits.

    Jameer has a huge fleet of transport buses and by being the minister can further his personal goals and this has not happened.

    All the things about idgah maidan visit and muslim votes is a public eyewash!!

    mohan!


  4. Mohan, you should be in media.. I mean print media…:-)
    Bellur, Already commented on Vijay’s post which had on similar lines.

  5. Vani Says:

    Bellur, if BJP thought that by joining JDS they could get a back door entry to the CM’s gaddi, they are in for a rude shock. Or probably they are following the old adage “make hay while the sun shines”.

  6. Srik Says:

    Its a sad state of affairs, Come on…Natakas are real entertainers, these are a bore to the core and pain on the blot.

    Devegowda and his clans are here to destroy, not a boon to us 😦

    Good cartoon and a nicecompilation 🙂

  7. Arun Padaki Says:

    The “make hay while sun shines” story seems apt for BJP. For e.g., BJP was dead opposed to irrelevant flyovers/ underpasses. I remember few of the BJP members playing badminton on the National College flyover as a protest. They also opposed Malleshwaram underpass, and rightly so. Now suddenly the underpass has been ‘approved’ by the BJP too as they are silent about this.

    Jameer would have anyway been thrown out. Other than being the Wafk minister, he has done nothing. The roads in his constituency speak about his performance.

    There was some hope from this coalition after Dharam Singh and Gowda ruined the State. But today, very little seems to have been done after almost a year. The coalition is again run by Gowda. The coalition is also pushing all projects, be it the Metro, the Kalasa-Banduri, Nagarjuna Power Project, et al, against the wishes of the people.


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