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Bengaluru: JD(S) to adjust strategy depending on election result


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, May 23: JD(S) has decided to adjust its future strategies on the basis of Lok Sabha election result. It has also made up its mind to move ahead carefully after the result is announced, as there is a general notion that the coalition government will face peril if the Congress-JD(S) alliance fails to fare well in the election.

On the face of it, rather than the number of candidates of these two parties getting elected, the result in Tumakuru, Mandya, Hassan and Mysuru constituencies have the potential of guiding the future of the coalition government.

In these four constituencies, the leaders and activists of the two parties, who were traditional rivals till the two parties entered into an understanding, had failed to get along with each other, it is felt. Therefore, future plans will have to be readjusted and re-drawn on the basis of the results in these constituencies. If there are any upheavals, the Congress high command may have to intervene, as per the present perception of JD(S) sources.

There are rumours of BJP having been in talks with the JD(S) but this information is unconfirmed and without clear indication. Therefore, Deve Gowda has gagged the leaders from speaking about the result. In all likelihood, JD(S) parliamentary party might meet on May 24 after the result to discuss the issues.

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    JDS took a wrong decision of joining Congress to form state government last year. They should have supported BJP at that time and should have made pre poll alliance with BJP for loksabha election.

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  • Vijay, Mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    Strategy.......?

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  • YASHH, Mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    "KUMARA ELLIDYAPPA" DOSTI ENAYTAPPA...

    "DK du suddine ILLAPPA"

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  • kumara, abu dhabi

    Thu, May 23 2019

    gowda's never for the nation, its only looting they are interested oppurtunists to the core

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  • SB, Mlore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    Where are our Keyboard Warriors today ?

    Magadhomme Modi, Thadhananthara Modi.

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  • PAM Suvarna, karkala

    Thu, May 23 2019

    People chosen a best, person as their PM again.
    Cast,religion,money,bias,appeasement will not work any more.
    Only development of country is required,this what indian voters showed to the world.
    Congrats PM Modi sir in advance.

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  • Chatty Shetty, mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    these all superlatives which you have used in your comment are only for andh bhakts like you.
    The only states that will see development will be Gujarat and Maharashtra.
    After five years again chaiwala will ask vote in his name and you will give the same.
    Pumpwell flyover will get completed when Nalin Kumar will celebrate his Shastayabda.
    Pity on fools like you

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  • Rohan Karkera, Mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    Shetty, exactly! Sane people haven't voted for modi! Only the andhbhakth sheeple who don't understand how India or democracy works have! Unfortunately they are in big numbers. Anyway congratulations to all of the andhaas/chowkidars, y'all just made a bunch of gujjus and Maharashtra more richer.

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  • Chatty Shetty, mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    Just want to add to your comment.
    Just see the other south Indian states which has a lot of educated mass. Excepting Telangana, all the other states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh BJP has no presence.
    Even you can see Orissa, for state assembly they have just voted for BJD.
    It is only in this dirty state of Karnataka, people just blindly vote for BJP inspite of no development at all.

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  • SB, Mlore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    cant he wait another 2 hours ?

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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    What parliamentary party of JDS?, who r the members all r defeated. Pramod trailing by more than lakh and 20 thousand votes

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  • Prashant Karkera, Hejamady/Mumbai

    Thu, May 23 2019

    I am looking for the person who was eagerly waiting for 23rd May date ....
    i wish him good-luck for 2024 election ....

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    Infact a lot of chediless were waiting for 23rd May'19 election results. Now hiding to find a Cheddi including DKS. Good Decision by respetable citizens of India to retain one of the finest PM of our century. Jai Hind. Jai Modiji.

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Thu, May 23 2019

    Sir No chance. Please get back to your filmy career. People of Karnataka has written off HD family. Good Luck.

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