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Bengaluru: Four out of seven JD(S) rebels lose, Zameer among winners


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, May 16: Four out of seven JD(S) legislators, who had staged open rebellion against the party leaders, voted against official nominees in the Rajya Sabha election, and fought the election as candidates of Congress party, faced reverses this time. This result and also defeat of a few more who had defected to other parties gives an indication of the fact that plans hatched by JD(S) leaders to teach a lesson to those who betrayed them were largely successful.

JD(S) supremo, H D Deve Gowda, and state unit president, H D Kumaraswamy, were hell bent on teaching a fitting lesson to their detractors. Out of the rebels, Cheluvaraya Swamy (Nagamangala), H C Balakrishna (Magadi), Ramesh Bandisidde Gowda (Srirangapatna) and Iqbal Ansari (Gangavathi) had to taste defeat.


Zameer Ahmed Khan, Akhanda Srinivasamurthy & Bheema Naik

However, rebels, Zameer Ahmed Khan (Chamarajpet Bengaluru), Akhanda Srinivasamurthy (Pulikeshi Nagar) and Bheema Naik (Hagaribommanahalli) succeeded in overcoming efforts to oust them.

It is being analyzed that bitter criticism heaped by Cheluvarayaswamy and Balakrishna against JD(S) leaders during campaigning in an area where JD(S) has strong footing worked against their interests. The ploy of JD(S) to lure Cheluvaraswamy's supporter Suresh Gowda from Congress into JD(S) and giving him a ticket to fight against the former succeeded in bearing fruit. This time, JD(S) gave ticket to A Manjunath, who was Congress candidate in Magadi constituency to fight against H C Balakrishna and succeeded in its plan. In Srirangpatna too, Raveendra Srikantaiah, who was with the Congress, was given JD(S) ticket to fight against Ramesh Bandisidde Gowda. Here too JD(S) candidate became victorious.

In Gangavathi constituency, Iqbal Ansari's admission into Congress was opposed by several local party leaders. The party went ahead and fielded him as its candidate. Although Iqbal brought several BJP leaders into Congress to boost his chances, this did not work as per his plan. BJP candidate won from this constituency.

At the same time, Manappa Vajjal (Lingusugur), and Mallikarjun Khuba of Basavakalyana constituency who were given ticket by BJP were defeated. But Dr Shivaraj Patil fielded from Raichur has won.


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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Wed, May 16 2018

    Nothing can be done because this is part of the game as other who left the party has won in Congress tickets.

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  • Ramesh S, MANGALORE

    Wed, May 16 2018

    ..JDS used BJP/CONGRESS to defeat their own candidates along JDS rebels.. now Siddu ended career of these JDS rebels same like once Yeddi did during KJP,

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  • SAHIL, MANGALURU

    Wed, May 16 2018

    Incase both party work Together definitely Kumarswami as a CM very stronger person in another 5 years and performance will be more than sidduji Reason why ?

    1)Strong back up and Ideologies will be given to him former PM/ Father Devegowda
    2)Strong Back Up and Ideologies will be given to him Previous CM.
    3)accelerate his own caliber another 5 Years.

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  • Sharat, Mangalore

    Wed, May 16 2018

    Surendra Poojari, Mangalore
    Just One week. You see the scenario...
    Mr. Amit Shah Chanakya is out there ...

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  • SB, Mlore

    Wed, May 16 2018

    Sidramiah once said, Don't vote JDS, they and BJP are 2 faces of same coin. JDS leader Mariswamy was manhandled by Sidhus supporters when he questioned Sidhu in an rally in Mandya. Today they are friends. General Public is a fool who fight against each other supporting politicians. They only get Tenga finally, be it BJP Congress or JDS.

    Intresting to watch How HDK will avenge Zameer ahmed, who openly challenged PadmanabhaNagar's Mudi Mantrika HDD.

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Wed, May 16 2018

    hahaha...
    Now they need to work together!
    Chi Thu...

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  • gm, mlur

    Wed, May 16 2018

    Yes, like Kashmir.

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  • gm, mlur

    Wed, May 16 2018

    No dance in hollywood movies.

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  • Surendra Poojari, Mangalore

    Wed, May 16 2018

    Same like Goa. Here Congress just followed what BJP did in Goa. No surprises. When BJP did in Goa no chi thu...and now if Congress does that then chi thu. When BJP joined hands with anti national PDP in Kashmir, no Chi Thu....lolz..What a comedy. Bale Thlipale.

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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Wed, May 16 2018

    Surendra
    What was your opinion about PDP whenur khangress joined them and formed Govt?so when you join PDP is chamtkar hum kare tho balthkar ?

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