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BJP begins celebrations ahead of big win in Karnataka


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damodaran mohan
ANNA/H MUST GO ON H/STRIKE FOR SWITCH TO P/BALLOTS
by damodaran mohan (View MyPage) on May 16, 2018 06:18 PM

(contd.) In the Mysuru region BJP cadres admitted of having transferred their votes to JD(s) to defeat Cong.The transfer might have occurred electronically too the way AAP claimed its votes were transferred to Cong in Punjab to defeat it with planned defection and breaking away of Cong faction whole sole to BJP later on. Given this background the credibility of results of all the future state elections in states of ….MP..RAJ… and even the LS elections with use of EVMs alarmingly looks questionable. It is surprising why Cong and other opposition parties are not flagging this issue at all demanding switching back to paper ballots! Shouldn’t Anna Hazare go on hunger strike demanding switch to paper ballots to save Indian democracy from the perils of elections that are appearing to be stolen from people.

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Bigtribe
BJP: Big Bandar Party
by Bigtribe (View MyPage) on May 16, 2018 04:28 PM

...Celebrated but only for a few hours.
Looking for Operation Lotus -II, but will never come to power. Money can not buy MLAs this time.

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Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 01:42 PM  | Hide replies

112 seats required for forming government. BJPs count is 106 including leading and declared.Others are two and it makes total 108 for BJP. If this is going to be the final figure, then Congress along with JDS can make a claim. So wait for celebrating.

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P S SHAH
Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 02:50 PM
As per the precedent, The governor will invite only the largest single party BJP as Congress had no pre-poll alliance with JDU before the election. The over confidence, lack of proper understanding and absence of pre poll alliance stregy will keep congress away from power .

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Sandeep Singh
Re: Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by Sandeep Singh (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 03:04 PM
But JDS is as phobic to BJP as Cong is, anti-MODIsm may make them post-poll allies. You forget that PDP and BJP are also post-post associates in J&K and in Bihar too, BJP and JDU are practically post-poll allies.

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Satyajeet Singh Yadava
Re: Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by Satyajeet Singh Yadava (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 04:01 PM
Hahahaha!!!As per precedent like Goa_Manipur????????
HAhahahahahahhhaahhahahhahahahahahah!!!Hohohohohohohohohohohohoh???????????


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sunil vaidya
Re: Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by sunil vaidya (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 09:17 PM
according to arun jaitley -In a hung assembly, if majority of the elected MLAs form a coalition, the Governor would be constitutionally right
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in inviting the leader of the majority coalition to form the government and prove their majority within a short period.

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This is arun jaitley's tweet on 2017-03-13

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sunil vaidya
Re: Re: Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by sunil vaidya (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 09:19 PM
BJP govt appointed Governors didn’t invite Single Largest Party in either Goa, 2017 (INC, 17 out of 40 seats), Manipur 2017 (INC 28 of 60) or Meghalaya 2018 (INC 21 out of 60).

Union ministers gave arguments supporting them.

The precedent is there to follow, right?
Just want to ask who licked shoes in 3 states

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on May 16, 2018 06:06 PM
Veda Vaidya, Have you read twit of Congress spoke person Rajdeep Surjewala who quote nine member bench decision of Apex Court and demanded Congress as a single largest party to invite to form government in Goa.

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on May 16, 2018 12:10 AM
Veda Vaidya, don’t give more trouble to your useless brain which don’t understand anything. Do you know anything about constitution or nine member bench decision of Apex Court ? The party which fought against each other can not say they have post alliance after results. Rahul Gandhi was confident of getting majority and under estimate pd both BJP and JD S. If he has brain, he could have arranged pre poll alliance with JD- S

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Re: Let the counting be over for celebrations.
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on May 16, 2018 12:10 AM
Veda Vaidya, don’t give more trouble to your useless brain which don’t understand anything. Do you know anything about constitution or nine member bench decision of Apex Court ? The party which fought against each other can not say they have post alliance after results. Rahul Gandhi was confident of getting majority and under estimate pd both BJP and JD S. If he has brain, he could have arranged pre poll alliance with JD- S

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electronic centre
Karnataka won by BJP
by electronic centre (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 12:55 PM  | Hide replies

Ashwamedh horse of BJP goes on running and captured 20 states, 9 states are still remaining.

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Sandeep Singh
Re: Karnataka won by BJP
by Sandeep Singh (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 03:07 PM
That Ashwamedh horse has been not fast enough in Karnataka, it is still fractured mandate with possibility of Cong-JDS combine reining in that horse!!!

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Satyajeet Singh Yadava
Re: Re: Karnataka won by BJP
by Satyajeet Singh Yadava (View MyPage) on May 15, 2018 04:02 PM
The horse stands Tamed!!!!!!!!!!!!

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Re: Karnataka won by BJP
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on May 16, 2018 12:11 AM
Wait and watch and see that BJP form government in Karnataka

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