From the point of BJP, party are looking at the Karnataka assembly election as a gateway to the south. So the Karnataka Election, May 12, 2018, is not just a battle for who will become the Chief Minister of such state, but it is also to decide if Jaativad, Policy of Appeasement, Dynastic tradition, language and religious factors have effected or not and dynastic rule, will win or Modi's Vikasvad, the political development will triumph out.. Number of report reveals, this assembly election is going to be a very close fight, opinion polls indicates, with the political parties trying to attract the influential castes such as the Lingayats and the Vokkaligas etc. While in a number of attempts, BS Yeddyurappa, attacked the ruling party over association with Reddy Brothers.. As a political party concern, the ruling party also indugles in 'Caste Politics' while all the opinion polls so far have shown the future of a hung assembly in karnataka, India.
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Apart from the battle in this assembly election, BJP is very much locked in a battle with the Oppositions on the issue of the 'impeachment of the chief justice of India' and some other issues with regard to 'farmer's distress' and the 'Politicisation of Rape' or the rapists. I.e., The recent ordinance relating to 'death penalty' to rapists of minors, the Kathua Rape case, and incidents at several fora, the latest in London. So, this election polls can becomes a demo ground for the national or so called branded General Election 2019. Significantly, The both of them, Congress and the BJP need to stop 'politicisation of rape' or the rapist in India. Unfortunately, with the same light, you can say that the right wing intelligentsia has failed to cycle the above psychological facts/discourse/issues, which is curse for India's Development Model..
As you know that, a slight swing in percentage of votes is crucial to examine who gets a majority by many polls. Here, The ruling party needs a 'four percent' swing in votes to get a majority while the Congress needs 'three percent' and the results of voting for '224 assembly' seats in Karnataka will be declared on May 15, this year. On the one hand, the ruling party wins, it would boost the party's pan-India march towards the south, especially after extending its influence in the north-east in the most recent assembly elections. Whereas, on the other hand, the Congress win would reinforce the party's claim that the BJP's brand of politics does not have care takers everywhere.. Do, this election polls is crucial for both of them, Congress and the BJP, which has deployed its all arsenal of Super Star campaigners including PM Narendra Modi in a bid to catch the southern state from the opposition's hold.
PM Modi has started his campaign for Karnataka Polls, (The PM addressed his first public gathering/meeting at Udupi dist, Karnataka on April 01, 2018). On the one hand, The PM said, "It is not a BJP wave in Karnataka but it is a BJP storm and i challenge you (Rahul Gandhi) to speak for 15 minutes on the achievements of your government in Karnataka without reading from any piece of paper". Whereas on the other hand, Rahul Gandhi had previously challenged PM Narendra Modi to allow him to speak in Parliament for fifteen minutes..
For BJP, Amit Shah, President of the BJP and UP CM Yogi Adityanath will also address over 'Sixty rallies' in the same state as the BJP tries to scoop up another major opposition's holds territory.. Following the most recent interview with Nistula Hebbar, The Hindu, she asked a question to president of the BJP, Amit Shah, how do you frame these elections in Karnataka, with a view to 2019? Shah said, 'i believe that there are three issues which are very relevant in karnataka election'. One is the development yatra under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Second, after 1967, caste, dynasty and appeasement have affected the electoral politics of India and we want to change this to a politics of performance..
At the same time the Modi and his brand need to keep focusing on the policies formulation and implementation process to get rid the mentioned ordinance/issues, while dealings with such Public rallies or so called the branded political development yatra. Is Indian tax payers money being used for Prime Minister or Ministers travel to these assembly polls for a just party campaign? The PM and the CM is not supposed to use tax payers money? Hence, It need to provides an affirmative action plan with regard to recent farmer distress in India. Also, the NSSO reports was greeted with cheer by economists and economic commentators, as it alarmed a dramatic shift away from the farm sector, with the proportion of workers dependent on agriculture falling below the 'fifty percent' mark for the first time since India's independence.
In order to the 'menace of farmer', the most recent reports of 'Comptroller and Auditor General of India' (CAG), which observed huge gaps in the Policy Formulation and the implementation of 'Praadhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojna' (PMFBY). While PMFBY's coverage has also increased due to the low premium the farmer pays, the menace lies in the fact that the assessment formula haven't really changed. Result, Insurance brands earned huge profits due to low claims reported in relation to the premium charged.. Again Result, for farmers who have higher yields, the sum insured doesn't represent the real value as the previous year's lower the value of crops guaranteed under the same insurance... So the ruling party initiatives for empowering the women, youth as well as farmer, improving the strong infrastructure at the grass root level, to providing the powerful foundation of Education, Research, Health care indicators and organised jobs etc, have been narrowly successful in reducing the vicious cycles of India..
Yes it is very hard to imagine a present developed or developing 'political structure' and 'branded super-structure', that can do without its political funding, digitizing and institutionalizing parties and election effectively rooted in social, political, economic and cultural cleavages with voter alignments too. Since the involvement of the village in electoral politics of India, the caste has crept in politics as well. The Congress also claims to be the champion of the down caste, whereas the Marxists claim that they support the cause of the poor irrespective of the caste to which they belong. In Rural India, every activity revolves round caste a rich people who belongs to high caste is always a leader & non done challenge his branded authority or so called party. Both directly and indirectly He/She commands and dictates following of a person depends on his caste people, factions & groups in the village are formed on caste affiliations...
But this one also offers many critical base points for new Political-Economy Regime while every political pundits/parties, preparing a strong base target for upcoming General Election 2019. Now the Amazon CEO becomes top and previously the oil tycoon Mukesh Ambani with more than '2.47 lakh crore' holds top and may upcoming Facebook or the Ptanjali... So again in a such era, Ilaiah has also offered a rare critique that includes the Industrial groups such as Ambanis, Adanis and even many politicians as baniyas and who have accumulated wealth only, not to developed people as a capital resources. Freedom will be meaningless for people if they do not have Political, Economic and Social Justice. But when you see people voting according to their traditional priorities/preferences, it's difficult to predict who they will vote for and also difficult to predict who gets a majority in elections.