Yeddy Regime Plunges into Crisis, Asked to Prove Majority by Oct 12


Yeddy Regime Plunges into Crisis, Asked to Prove Majority by Oct 12

By Gabriel Vaz
Daijiworld Media Network - Bangalore

Latest at 8.30 pm IST

Efforts on to win back support of disgruntled MLAs

Bangalore, Oct 6: With the 28-month-old B S Yeddyurappa regime threatened to being reduced to a minority government following the decision of as many as 19 MLAs, including seven ministers comprising three elected from BJP and four independents who had extended unconditional support to the ruling party to gain majority in the 224-member state assembly to gain a simple majority after the May 2008 assembly polls, hectic efforts of wooing and enticing the disgruntled MLAs to return back to the chief minister’s camp.
               
Though there is speculation of at least 3 to 4 MLAs returning the Yeddyurappa camp, no firm confirmation was available. However, one of BJP MLA, Doddanagounda G Patil is believed to have promised to support the chief minister.

Incidentally, efforts are also underway to exert pressure on the dissident MLAs through their friends, family members and respective party units in the taluks and districts not to turn against the leadership of the chief minister. The first to fall victim to such pressure tactics in KGF MLA, Y Sampagi, who had been caught red-handed by Lokayukta police while allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 50,000 from a litigant. The MLA was, however, bailed out by the party.
               
The names of all the 19 MLAs, including ministers, is as follows:
 
1.       M P Renukacharya – minister
2.       Anand Asnotikar – minister
3.       Balachandra Jarkiholi – minister
4.       Shivaraj S Thangadagi – minister
5.       D Sudhakar – minister
6.       P M Narendra Swamy – minister
7.       Venkataramanappa – minister
8.       Goplakrishna Belur – MLA
9.       Dr Bagali Sarvabhouma N – MLA
10.   Bharamagouda H Kage – MLA
11.   Y Sampangi – MLA
12.   G N Nanjundaswamy – MLA
13.   M V Nagaraju – MLA
14.   Doddanagouda G Patil – MLA
15.   Sangappa Kalappa Bellubbi – MLA
16.   Shivanagouda Nayak – MLA
17.   H S Shankaralinge Gowda – MLA
18.   Goolihatti D Shekar - MLA
19.   Narasimha Nayak (Raju Gowda) – MLA

 

4.30pm IST

In a day of dramatic political developments, the 28-month-old BJP Government in Karnataka headed by Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa plunged into a deep crisis with as many as 19 MLAs, including five independents who had lent unconditional support after the 2008 assembly polls, informing Governor H R Bhardwaj of their decision to withdraw support to the Yeddyurappa regime.

The Governor, who had accepted the recommendation of the Chief Minister on dropping four of the ministers – D Sudhakar, Shivaraj Thangadgi, P Venkataramana and P M Narendraswamy – from the cabinet earlier in the morning, has asked the Chief Minister to prove his majority on the floor of the State Legislative Assembly on or before October 12. Incidentally, the four axed ministers are among the 19 MLAs, who had informed the Governor of their decision to withdraw support to the Government.

Incidentally, the opposition Congress and JD(S), who precipitated the crisis by exposing various land scams involving the Chief Minister and Housing and Information Minister Katta Subramanya Naidu, in a bid to corner the Yeddyurappa regime and if possible destabilize it, are planning their own strategies to exploit the situation.

With Governor asking the Chief Minister to prove his majority on the floor of the Assembly by October 12, which could be done by voice vote without any debate, the two parties are planning to put the Government on the mat by moving a no-confidence motion of their own and thereby compel the Chief Minister to force a debate. Either way, the Government would be in trouble if it fails to win over the dissidents in the next couple of days.

The Chief Minister, who appeared to have weathered the rising storm with his bold decision earlier in the morning to axe the four ministers, was taken by surprise by the decision of the 19-member group of legislators, who had flown to Chennai to carry out their dissident activities under the leadership of Excise Minister M P Renukacharya, on withdrawal of their support.

It remains to be seen whether Yeddyurappa will be able to win over the dissidents and prevail upon them to relent and prove his majority in the 224-member Assembly. The ruling party’s strength was 117 prior to the dramatic developments, where the Government requires 113 members for a simple majority.

The Chief Minister, who was obviously informed by his intelligence authorities of the moves of the dissidents to withdraw support to the Government, indicated that the legislators would return to the party-fold and refrain from causing any trouble. ``We are confident of proving our majority on the floor of the Assembly as and when the situation arises,” he said even before the news of the 19 member group of legislators, including four ministers meeting the Governor became public.

Yeddyurappa, who began the day with informal consultations with senior cabinet colleagues and state party president K S Eshwarappa besides meeting the RSS leaders in the city along with state BJP orginising secretary Santhosh, had to postpone the emergency cabinet meeting scheduled for 10 am. The cabinet meeting finally took place around 11.30 am, when the chief minister reportedly sounded out his cabinet colleagues on the need to create another 3 to 4 vacancies in addition to the four vacancies caused by the sacking of the independents so as to enable him to accommodate most of the prominent dissidents and disgruntled elements.

The Chief Minister, who addressed reporters at a crowded news conference in

Vidhana Soudha flanked by almost all the cabinet ministers including Revenue Minister G Karunakara Reddy, the elder brother of Tourism and Infrastructure Development Minister G Janardhana Reddy, who had raised the banner of revolt against the Yeddyurappa regime, indicated that at least 3 to 4 ministers had offered to resign from the cabinet voluntarily and an opportunity would be given to some of the disgruntled ministerial aspirants to join the cabinet.

Yeddyurappa also held out a warning to the dissidents, who had gone to Chennai, to return or face disciplinary action including disqualification, which in other words implies a ban on their contesting elections for the next six years from any party or even as independents.  He asked the dissident MLAs not to hurt the ruling party or put the Governemnt in trouble by visiting Raj Bhavan to inform the Governor of their decision to withdraw support. He also appealed to the people of the respective constituencies of the dissident MLAs to force their elected representatives to behave.

The Chief Minister accused the Congress and JD(S) leaders of hatching a conspiracy to destabilize his Government as they had become jealous of its achievements. While he targeted JD(S) supremo H D Deve Gowda and his son, H D Kumaraswamy, the former chief minister and state JD(S) president, by exposing the various misdeeds and scandals during their tenure, he asked Congress party’s national leaders not to continue their habit of ``entering into an immoral relationship” with JD(S) to topple the democratically-elected Government.

"For the first time in the history of Karnataka, each legislator is offered between Rs 20 crore and Rs 30 crore (to shift loyalty) and it (money) already been handed over to their family members,” the Chief Minister alleged but did not elaborate. However, he said he and his cabinet colleagues will regularly expose the misdeeds and scandals involving Deve Gowda and Kumaraswamy and the favouritism and nepotism shown by them when they were in power.

Bangalore: 19 MLAs Withdraw Support - Guv asks CM to Prove Majority by Oct 12

2.40 pm (IST)

Bangalore, Oct 6: In all 19 MLAs have withdrawn support to the state government, thus making the government shaky. With this shocking development, Governor Hansraj Bhardwaj has asked the Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa to prove majority on the floor by Tuesday October 12.

MLA Renukacharya is heading the revolting MLAs which comprises 14 BJP members and 5 independent members.

Meanwhile, the BJP is all set to stage another operation lotus. This time it has been cooking up backstage strategies to attract Congress men to its fold.

Bangalore: Crisis Deepens – Brazen Action, Reaction, CM on Slippery Footing

By Gabriel Vaz
Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP)

Bangalore, Oct 6: Even as the opposition parties continue to vie with each other in an effort to dislodge the Yeddyurappa government in the state, the dissidents and Chief Minister, through their actions, seem to be hastening their own government’s downfall.

Even as the dissident legislators, who have been holed up in Chennai, continue to stay put at the Tamil Nadu capital, the Chief Minister has dropped four ministers, youth services and sports minister, D Sudhakar, minister for agricultural marketing, Shivaraj Tangadagi, textiles minister, Venkataramanappa, and animal husbandry minister, P M Narendraswamy.



D Sudhakar, Shivaraj Tangadagi


P M Narendraswamy, Venkataramanappa

In a parallel development, fisheries minister, Anand Asnotikar, and municipal administration minister, Balachandra Jarkiholi, who had gone to Chennai along with other dissident legislators, returned to the city today. They have reportedly submitted their resignations from the state ministry.

Mysore MLA, Shankaralinge Gowda, is said to have met the state Governor, Hansraj Bhardwaj, and expressed the decision to disassociate himself from the BJP. Asnotikar also reportedly met the Governor and claimed that 20 legislators, who are presently supporting the Yeddyurappa-led government, have withdrawn their support.

The political developments  are happening so fast that it is difficult to gauge the final result of all these rumblings at once, although all of them point out to defiance of, and dissidence against the Chief Minister and his style of functioning.

  

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  • Prashant, Mumbai - Dubai

    Thu, Oct 07 2010

    Shri.B S Yeddyurappaji you are honest so you invite this type of trouble in the organisation please resign let other candidate take the responsibility Mr. Ananth kumar is right for this post just exchange your seat as Anath Kumar told before election you are like KOTI - CHENAYA so what the difference in exchanging seat go to centre let him come down to Karnataka....LONG LIVE YOUR GOVT......

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  • Donald, udupi/Bangalore

    Thu, Oct 07 2010

    ABDUL SAKEER, AL-KHOBAR

    Ultimate comment.......

    ***** 5 stars for that

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  • JOY CASTELINO, MOODUBELLE/DUBAI

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    ABDUL SAKEER, AL-KHOBAR, when Advani was born, whether there was a country by name Pakistan????.

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  • JOY CASTELINO, MOODUBELLE/DUBAI

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Ashok Kunder, Perampalli, You are right. Those who commented today , were not commented when BJP won both the seats last month, because last month BJP NOT WON THE BOTH SEATS"!!!!. That is the main reason.

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  • Premkumar, bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Ofcoarse, we r the people for this because we stick to our caste,creed,language . only president rule is thebest for our state for next 10 years. young reneration should replace Bangarappa,Siddaramaya,SM Krishna,Kharge,Dharamsingh,Devegouda,BS Yeddyurappa,Eishrappa,..........

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  • Greesh Kumar, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Guys Nagesh is in Chennai....

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  • Thamme Gowda, Mysore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    We people of Karnataka do not want to see these types of dramas. Yeddi, now time has come to you and better quit and let the governor rule the state so that people of Karnataka hope for a scam free govt. with better governance.

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  • Suresh Heggade, Nairobi

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    These power hungry thugs taking people of Karnataka for granted. The shameless BJP govt. doing 'Dombara Aata' in the state often forgetting people's mandate. The govt. is not concentrating on peoples’ problem and wasting more time in solving their internal bickering. People are fed up to see these dramas of BJP repeatedly and it is better for them to quit if they are not able to give good governance

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  • Langoolacharya, Belman/USA

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Guys,

    Monkeys can be trained to drive vehicles,operate machines.... cant we train a bunch of monkeys as ministers and CM, so we could eliminate corruption?

    Only few baskets of banana per day as rewards(no salary, no allowance, no corruption....).

    Now folks , tell me who is better ? humans or monkeys/ animals
    ???

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  • Donald, udupi/Bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    HA HA HA HAAA HAAAA HAAA HAAAA HAAA
    HA HA HAAAAA JUST REMEMBERED NAGESH MAMU............

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  • The Guru, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    I want this govt to fall and BJP and congress should come in power, i want to see how they will perform.

    BJP did a bad job in terms of governing , but development took place when compared to last 7 years or so.

    I prefer military rule in karnataka so that some of the terrorist can be flushed out

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  • Ameet, Mangalore/Riyadh, Riyadh

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Dear Kishore Udupi/Dubai,
    The Minority comprises Less than 20% of total Indias population and yet we have congress as the center. In the next election BJP has a very little chance Only Blind And Deaf People would Vote for them In Karnataka.

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  • Rajesh, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Oh no, The people will see yedyurappa crying like a baby again?

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  • shahnawaz kukkikatte, dubai/udupi

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Nagesh Maam, please get up from your deep hibernation. Now your Shriman Yediyurappaji's govt is in danger of collapsing. Just injuct some morale and self resect to ur party MLAs. What will happen to Srimati Shobhaji if Shriman Yeddy leaves? I am curious to know your views. 

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  • ALI HYDER, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    HEY... KISHOR...you and ur family earn and eat the daily bread from this land which u r mentioned as RELIGION... IN THE COMMENT. this earth..is. not protected or controlled by humans, only the creator, the nature, will do that.....
    , every creatures in this planet protected by GOD WHICH IS THE REAL TRUTH.....AADMI AADMI KO KYA DEGA ,JO BHI DEGA THO KHUDA HI DEGA.... BEFORE COMMENT ANYTHING PLEASE KEEP ASIDE OR THROWAWAY YOUR CHEAP THINKING......ABOUT MINORITIES.
    all the politicians are the same..selfish ... for them,its all about money and power.
    one more thing.... if we are good , the whole world seems to be good...
    one more request also... please watch or listen the songs of Michael Jacksons earth song, or heal the world to sooth u better understanding.....


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  • Nitesh R.M, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Dear People of India, Instead of watching 'Endhiran', please come and watch 'NATAKA in KARNATAKA'.
    This show is performed every year by Superstar Yeddy and lots of Villains and one heroine.

    P.N- Dont bother about the climax.

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  • paul menezes, mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr kishore, before deviding the nation into majority and minority, first think that we are all indians and all these these words are used by only politicians for their selfish purpose.

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  • Gurudath, M'lore/Mumbai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    I hope there are fresh elections to the state assembly so that people get a say in who will get the power rather than just money bags decide it

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  • Kevin D'souza, Bendoor

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. Kishore please note that even the leaders of congress are hindu's. well the reason why we vote congress is Congress is harmless were as BJP is always harmful. And if you are speaking about the development in karnataka, Bangalore became world famous for IT industry and this was started during Congress rule not your BJP rule. Please grab some proper knowledge them comment. During BJP rule only the the fights between the religion and culture.

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  • Valson Mendonsa, Mangalore/USA

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Karnataka politics has alreday broke the record in the state political history that everyone knows about it and even it has reached to overseas headlines news.. Now this politics is become FOOLITICS.. NO SUPRISE!!

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  • Denis D Silva, udupi

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    This is the best time to change the corrupt Govt.

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  • RAHUL, MANGALORE

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    EVERBODY WANTS TO BECOME MINISTER FOR MINTING MONEY IN RULING PARTY.MR.YEDDI PLEASE REQUEST THE GOVERNOR TO INCREASE THE MINISTRIAL KOTA FOR 117 & SATISFY EVERYONE BY GIVING MINISTERIAL BIRTH.THIS IS THE CURSE ON THIS GOVT. FOR SPOILING THE COMMUNAL HARMONY OF STATE FOR THEIR PERSONAL INTERESTS & PRETENDING LIKE INNOCENT. CONTINUE YOUR OPERATION KAMALA CAMPAIGN & THEY WILL DO YOUR OPERATION.

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  • sallu m k, dubai/shiroor

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. Ashok how about looting Karnataka by Yeddi and his son? do u want to sold whole Karnataka by these kind of leader ship where he is only good for donating poor people money to particular communities religeous places for self cause and keep happy to his old alice RSS party.Enough is enough now go and take rest..

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  • Dony Mangalore, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. yeddi
    :sankata bandaga venkata ramana


    Where you are going for the offering?

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  • suraj, kudla

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Hurray... BJP ka Ram Naam Sathya Ho Jayega,Atlast people of karnataka get rid of Corupt, useless BJP Party, alrEady they have done lots of damage to the state

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  • maria, mangalore/bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    you are absulately right mr. ajith. if cm not going out then the karnataka people will suffer more not the ministers and mlas but he middle class people

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  • maria, mangalore/bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    once more saleem let the governor rule the karnataka since the incresed rates for food and good corruption and tax than other states no congress no bjp no jds let the governor take the seat for every decision

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  • ABDUL SAKEER, AL-KHOBAR

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. Srinivas, as per your comment Congress is Italian Based Party, what about BJP, is BJP Pakistan Based Party? Because Your leader Advani Born in PAK.

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  • Eric Coelho, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    I have to make a very simple Statement - "WE ELECT THESE LEADERS ONCE IN 5 YEARS EXERCISING OUR PRECIOUS VOTE TO SERVE US AND SEE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE". Here it is different story "These political leaders use our votes, get elected and then work to take care of themself, their kith and kin, their colleagues, their party workers". They are not bothered of the people of the state nor the state itself because 5 years is enough for one leader to amass several crores of rupees to show their illgotten wealth to the people of the state. God save this state, Save the people of the state from these crooked political leaders.

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  • Ostin Pinto, MCT / Sasthan

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    It was just an accident that BJP Govt, came into power in South India, with the help of financiers like Reddy brothers. As Cyril D'Cunha says, truely it is "KONDA PAAPA, THINDU PARIHAARA"

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  • mahendra shetty, mumbai,dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Its very sad to see the down fall of BJP. Most Corrupt parties of Karnataka Congress and JD (s) playing behind the scenes.In recent BYE Election Congress lost election very badly.JD (S)having only 27 seats still thinking of power.People of Karnataka rejected these parties,but whatever happens it good for BJP. Congress and BJP have no guts for going fresh Election because they know the verdict.So they want enjoy three year more to make money. 

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  • ABDUL SAKEER, AL-KHOBAR

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. Kishor, can you highlight what development had in Karnataka in Yeddi Regime. Just see real facts not trust on Yeddi's word.Will you you find any good road in Karanataka. Do yo have uninturrupted power supply? The situation became very worst during BJP rule in Karnatka. The development had only in Ministers's Corruption. Most of Minister's in Karnatka become Billionair. The main ambition of Karnatka Minister is loot public wealth by Development name.

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  • ROBERT QUADRAS, MUSCAT

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Dear Mr. C.M, if Congress / JD(S) corrupted why no complaints against them earlier, don't blame Congress / JD(S), your beloved dug this hole for you.

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  • Harsha Raj Kumar, Bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    As far as Karnataka is concerned this govt is one of the best govt ever in the history of govt of Karnataka. But due to some ill minded MLAs this govt has to suffer. better to throw away those who like currption.

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  • ISMAIL K PERINJE, PERINJE/YANBU-KSA

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    A PARTY LIKE BJP TAKING DIRECTIONS FROM EXTRA -CONSTITUTIONAL INSTITUTIONS - THE SANGHPARIVAR OF keshv kripa,HOW WOULD IT FUNCTION DEMOCRATICALL?YEDDY WAS UNDER TREMENDOUS FROM KESHAV KRIPA,DISSIDENTS AND FROM ORIGINAL PARTY MEMBERS(moola bjp wala)THE CURRUTION AGAINST YEDDY WAS THE LAST NAIL IN THE COFFINS OF.....YEDDI HAVE TWO OFTIONS- CONTINUATION OF RAJA NEETHI OR TWO RAJA MAARGA OF HANGING HIS BOOTS.

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  • anil, dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Good news for congress & JDS supporters. Bad news for BJP supporters.

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  • Nakul, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Gutz.....stop dreaming (Tirukana Kanasu), Wait till 12th

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  • ravi, udupi

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    OUR STATE GOVERNER IS CHAMCHA OF SONIA. MINORITY PEOPLE ARE VERY HAPPY.

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    In Vidhana Soudha, BJP is playing Kabaddi.
    Reddy behind the scence watching downfall of Yeddy.
    Yeddy losing 'vokka nool' struggling to protect his chaddi.
    Hungry MLAs / Ministers waiting for piece of addi.
    Sssuhma 'buddi' has already collected illegal ore's asal and Baddi.
    Nageshanna tired of defending corrupt government & now his no 'sudhdhi'
    For common man BJP didn't leave single 'kaddi'.
    Jai ho..jai jai ho...jai jai jai jai ho. Dondha paapa thindhu parihaara...Amen.

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  • Rony, Udupi / Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Dear Mr,Kishore-Udupi,

    What developments you are talking about? Breaking church idols and beating the girls in the pub?

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  • Salim Sheikh, udupi,KSA

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Dear Mr.Yudi Sir,oopar neeche ho javo..lekin govt zaroor girega.This is the punishment from GOD coz..you all not belive in one GOD.Lets Chance should be given to Muslim community, then you will see the growth.Request you all karnataka citizes vote for S.D.P.I, upcuming party, with EQUAL RIGHTS.Ameen

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  • fathima, mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    In my opinion BJP government will survive but always remain on Cliff hanger. But it will be interesting to see how the voter reacts in next state elections. People know the unstable government of BJP is due to not having proper mandate from the voter themselves.

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  • ahmed, dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr.Kishor so dont stay in dubai please go to karnataka and help your yeddi chaddi ok

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Kishore Udupi/Dubai, I feel pity for you. We, minority do not want a govt. who, within 30 months stumbled 30 times and never given any time for developments. Regarding Hindu votes, my dear, all minorities are not against BJP. There is Mr. Richard Moras with you. Unfortunately, you can not vote from Dubai. With regard to Sonia Madam, she is not power hungry like your BJP MLAs and MPs including your 'Cheap' Minister who cry in public like a baby during crisis. Maa SSalaame Kishore.

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  • Shivanand Bhandary, Kumble/Qatar

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Anil, you can find good dream untill tuesday

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  • Vashal, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Still BJP says All is well...They do not want to loose their chair at any cost. What a Pity....

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  • Ashok Kunder, Perampalli

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Those who commented today , were not commented when BJP won both the seats last month.

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  • anamika, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. KIshore , Udupi/Dubai.. what's up in your mind? Are your Hindu votes are so cheap that you says enough to get back the unstable corrupt BJP in power. Don't be fantasized by the name of a party.Vote a party that can secure a stable govt for a state, That can uphold the nationalism spirit, that can value human life and contribute to the social and economical development. BJP party once it had a such spirit and charm during the era of Great leader JP. Now those who are in the threshold of the party are just puppets. Don't worry Congressmen are also not exceptional. We need leaders like you, Nagesh nayak to lead the BJP in high spirit and esteem.

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  • RAHUL, MUDARANGADI-PAMBOOR

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    OPERATION KAMALA FINISH & NOW OPERATION YEDDI.

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  • KT, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    In Karnataka one worse than other politician. Which party next? Gowda? Singh? Reddy bros,Bangarappa? . Sad to be a Kannadiga.

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  • PRAMOD, DXB - MUM

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Yeddy, whenever you stick to Shobha you are in trouble just learn from CM Narendra Modi how he tackle this type of issue even though he is bachelor....no news from his state GUJARTH

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  • prashanth, mangalore/ bahrain

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Hon CM Yeddyurappaji please give the resign and lets Ananthkumar become CM he is a good leader you can't able to handle these ministers and MLA.....We need the change in leadership....As a BJP supporter i m saying this....

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  • kc, Mlore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Where is the gentleman Mr. Dhananjaya Kumar, heard that he is in some business!! May the good god bless him for coming out of dirty politics. Now I hope he is earning PURE WHITE MONEY by his effort. Like him all politicians shuld coume out of this dirty game.
    Now politics is only for making money for self instead of developing the state etc etc..

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  • Srinivas, India

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Nagesh Nayak...whats ur opinion, write something about what will be next ? how much ur party will be offering for so called italian based party mla's ?

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  • Sunil Pinto, Bantwal/Abu Dhabi

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Earlier BJP used to say that in states where Congress in power no need of opposition......What I observe since BJP is in power in Karnataka...opposition Congress has no job to do..becoz it is being done by BJP itself. I fear where will be Yeddy sir's next weeping point. I hope M'lore will be safest.We can say Yeddi is the weakest CM ever in Karnataka has seen.

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  • saalim, KSA/Kavoor

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    This is normal.Now whom to vote.Karnataka state Govt is the most corruptive compare to other states.Bros and sisters pls think and vote in future.Jai hind.

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  • anamika, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Kannithed kai ithed kallayenaa? baai ithed baai barandi bagavanthenaa.. BJP partid aapina anyaya thoodu daye kaalth kulya ee.. bala balaa...

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  • Kishore, Udupi/Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Dear Monority you people want Congress just to protect your religion like Sonia doing in the center. You people neither interested in Development nor in Nation. Again Hindu votes are enough for BJP to form the govt next time.

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  • Lokanath.D, Bantwal/Iran

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr.Eddy you are unfit to lead the BJP goverment in state.. if at all you win the vote of confidence let someone come and take the leadership.now you are loosing the goverment because of shoba and somanna.you are totally unfit for politics.

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  • anil, mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    This CM Yeddi is a waste fellow. And this BJP govt is a group of idiots. Anyhow if the govt falls means its a very very good news to miniority people. Lets rejoice.

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  • Cyril D'Cunha, UAE

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Reap what you sow!!!

    Kondha Papa Thindhu Pariyara..??

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  • Francis, Moodbidri/Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Operation Kamala, is operated by 19 ministers! Operation Success! Patient died!!

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  • A.S.Mathew, U.S.A.

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    This ministry is simply hanging on a thread. No political  strategy from high places can rescue the crash landing.

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  • Dr. Haneef Shabab, Bhatkal

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Again the Sangh Parivar will manage by hook or crook to save Yeddi from losing his Chair. What else we are witnessing since the formation of this Govt.?

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  • Maxim, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    whenever there was their tenure was found busy keeping their chairs intact. Where they will have time for us? One scam after the other. SHOULD WE NEED THEM AGAIN?
    Come on guys, this does not mean that I am a Congress supporter.

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  • Abubaker Pallipadi, Pallipadi / Riyadh

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Yeddi "As you sow As you reap"

    JAI HO KARNATAKA....

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  • Stany Alphonso, Belman/Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. Nagesh .........Come on line.........Pls. Some Comments...

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  • Tony Pinto, Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Andra Reddy are the main accused in this ISSUE for down fall of Karnataka Govt.............Reddy, who spearheaded the revolt last October, is now neither on good terms with Yeddyurappa or Renukacharya. He told reporters in Bellary that a section of BJP MLAs was dissatisfied and raised the banner of revolt. Reddy, who failed to prevent Yeddyurappa from axing three of his supporters from the ministry in the recent recast, claimed the dissidents were in touch with his brother revenue minister G Karunakara Reddy and associate, health minister B Sriramulu. "One will reap what they sow,'' he told in belaray .

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  • CHETHAN , MANGALORE

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    All politicians are currupt. But sad to note that yeddi lead BJP govt dont know politics and lost a grate lifetime opporutnity in Karnataka. It doesnot know portfolio management. Yogish Bhat no ministry but palemar additional berth, Sommanna who lost seat is in , independent candidate supported at th etime of govt foramtion is out,In experienced Shoba POWER minister, Old BJP experienced people no value, 9 ministers out due to un ethical activity in 2 years. cm and sons involvement in land scam though this govt is 100% development oriented loosing govt due to this silly reasons.

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  • Yusuf, Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Looks like opposition also has something to do with all this along with the ruling party's mess. The only option is to dissove YEDDI and some one else take up CM seat ASAPRSS role cannot be ruled out - REDDY must be waiting for another Cabinet

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  • Nagesh Kumar, Eyyadi, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    There is no need to dismiss or sack BJP or the Yeddi goverment. If the Assembly is dissolved for any reason, BJP will come back to power in shining colours and they will form the government. The Congress leaders from Karnataka should stop dreaming of power and should start cleaning themselves. People of Karnataka will never want to be ruled by congress again with the same useless leaders who think it is their birth right to be the leaders in the party

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  • govind, mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    BJP fundation is Reddy balaga,don`t worry kannadigas. BJP will go up to 5 year.Yeddeli Reddigale Yeddeli.

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  • Sadananda, Pejavara

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Come on Yeddy, leave that chair now. It has destroyed your peace. you better start some Goshala & feed aged cattle which is more peaceful & fit for you. Can not fool Kannadigas for long time. Good bye Yeddy sir.

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  • Yusuf, Mata

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Hon Governor has to remove this Corruptive Government, and implement President Rule in Karnataka.We have to save Karnataka and we dont want these corruptive administration. Again Yedi will start horse business.

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Yeddy, whenever you stick to Shobha, you invite trouble. May be somebody's tears are haunting you. Now, I am awaiting comments from BJP supporters - Mr. Richard Moras and Mr. Nagesh Nayak.BJP is very honest...this is the game of Congress to degrade BJP....right ? huh huh huh. BJP giyo...kalaas thai gayo. Cheers Nagesha. Don't be embarassed. This was bound to happen.

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  • Rahul, Manglore - Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Hon CM Yeddyurappaji just leave the chair you are not fit for this chair we need leader like Hon CM MODI in state not like you much heavy weight BJP Leaders are in state centre BJP or RSS should dismiss yeddu quick he cannot run the show...........for KARNATAKA STATE.

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  • Kishu, Mangalore/UAE

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Whom to vote next when all are corruptive. There is no option... Better not to vote... Wasting tax payers hard money to fill MP, MLA's pockets.

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  • AZ, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Fantastic,
    Come on start saying they are jealous, it's a conspiracy.
    Whom to trust n believe is beyond the wildest dreams.
    How ever i am very very keenly waiting for Nagesh's comments.

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  • divakar, Venur

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. BSY must dissolve and go to the public instead of some blackmail bustard and money maker MLA and MP’s are there, soon kick them from the BJP party. Also JD(S) and Congress can’t live without power, they are like pull out fish from the water always bukka for the power. Let them enjoy two and half years.

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  • sakeer, dammam

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Mr. Ashok, Yeedi is more super corruptive person.

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  • Steve, Kuwait

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Disgusting news. Corrupt ministers are out again. Again money will be looted from us public for elections. I do not think any party will be able to maintain the majority. Again these problems will arise in future. There should be President's rule in Karnataka. God save Karnataka.

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  • sakeer, Dammam

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Yeddi is most corruptive and opportunist Politician everseen in Karnataka. Yeddi, you sacrifice everything for SHOBA. When shoba in your cabinet you always in trouble.

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  • Raj, Udupi/Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Hon.Governor should dissmis this govt, put President rule, CBI enquiry on each party on corruption and land acqired. Recover all illigally acqired land (thousands of acres) must teach a lesson to these shameless politicians.No free land for MLAs.

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  • hemanth, mangalore/France

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Operation kamala again....

    ಕಮಲದ ಗಾಳಕ್ಕೆ ಬೀಳುವ ಈ ಸಂಭಾವ್ಯ ಶಾಸಕರಲ್ಲಿ ಕಾಂಗ್ರೆಸ್‌ನ ಕೆ.ಆರ್.ಪೇಟೆ ಶಾಸಕ ಕೆ.ಬಿ.ಚಂದ್ರಶೇಖರ್, ಗುರುಮಿಠ್ಕಲ್ ಶಾಸಕ ಬಾಬುರಾವ್ ಚಿಂಚನಸೂರ್, ಅರಕಲಗೂಡಿನ ಎ.ಮಂಜು, ಕುಣಿಗಲ್‌ನ ರಾಮಸ್ವಾಮಿ ಗೌಡ, ರಾಮದುರ್ಗದ ಪಿ.ಎಂ.ಅಶೋಕ್ ಹಾಗೂ ನಾಗಮಂಗಲದ ಸುರೇಶ್ ಗೌಡ ಹೆಸರುಗಳು ಕೇಳಿಬಂದರೆ, ಜೆಡಿಎಸ್‌ನಿಂದ ಮಂಡ್ಯದ ಶಾಸಕ ಶ್ರೀನಿವಾಸ್, ಶ್ರೀರಂಗಪಟ್ಟಣ ಜೆಡಿಎಸ್ ಶಾಸಕ ರಮೇಶ್ ಬಾಬು ಹಾಗೂ ಹಳಿಯಾಳ ಶಾಸಕ ಸುನಿಲ್ ಹೆಗಡೆ ಹೆಸರುಗಳು ಕೇಳಿಬರುತ್ತಿವೆ

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  • Patrick R Braggs, Bejai,Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Law Of Nature-Every flower that blooms withers away...A Dog is Mans best freind - Noble thoughts from BSY!

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  • Saleem GH, Abu Dhabi/Puttur

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    ಅರಳಿದ ತಾವರೆ.. ಮುಡಿದಿತು !!!! ನಾಗೇಶ ತಮ್ಮ ಟೀಕೆ ಏನಾಗಿರಬಹುದು..?

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    No, BJP is the best party to rule not only Karnataka, but, whole India. Soniaji is Italian, Mr. Rahul is bachelor. we do not want to be ruled by them. We need efficient, honest, sincere BJP leaders like we have in Karnataka. Congress is corrupt and they did nothing for our country. Only BJP is very patriotic & hard working for the development of India and Indians which is evident in Karnataka. Jai ho BJP and his patriotic, blind followers.

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  • Nataraj, Bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Go, Yeddyurappa - Go home, build houses in the sites that you gave to your sons and retire there.

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  • Joel, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Looking forward to read Nagesh's comments

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  • M Sunil, Bangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Alas the fate of the people of Karnataka. The tax money which we pay are of no value to these people. Once again huge amounts will be spent on conducting elections. What a waste of money.

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  • Aravind, Blr

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    I think it is time for a two party system like US. This multi-party system is encouraging every politician to float ones own party for their personal gains!

    And no point bashing Yeddy as others are no better.

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  • Kishu, Mangalore/UAE

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Election commission should change the candidature requirements for election. EC should make compulsory that who ever going to stand for election should have served in defense for minimum of 10 years. This will reduce corruption and family politics.

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  • ASHOK, Udupi/Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Hon CM Yeddi, CM seat is not for Honest people like you. Leave it for Corrupt people of Congress & JD.

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  • elias, mumbai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Operation kmala is successfull. patient is in coma,mentally dead.

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  • SALEEM, MANGALORE

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    DEAR GOVERNER, PLEASE DISMISS THE GOVT. AND BRING GOVERNER RULE IN KARNATAKA. WE LOST THE HOPE IN POLITICIAN TOTALLY.

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  • Satish Kunder, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    This is result of ‘Operation Kamala’. There are some politicians who treat politics as business and they will be always in power irrespective of any party in power.

    In his eagerness to have a good majority, Yedyurappa did a biggest blunder of taking people who never had any ideology or values and the result we can see now. This was to happen one day or the other.

    Now the best way is to go back to the people and let the people decide who are better to rule the state now. Unfortunately Yedyurappa has failed in giving good administration and recent scams have shown that he is also not clean.

    I will be happy when the looters of the state are brought to the book and punished.

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  • Khattab, Katipalla / Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    ಕರ್ನಾಟಕದ ಜನರೇ ಕಾದು ನೋಡಿ ಈಗ ಶುರವಾಗಲಿದೆ ಕುದುರೆ ವ್ಯಾಪಾರ.

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  • Ahmed, Dubai/Mlr

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    All is not well for Yeddi.......Im sure this time, its time for his exit..........

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  • Anon, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    These People are not Leaders,they are Cheaters.They are not at all worried about the Public,they only want power so that they can fill their Lockers.It is so disgusting.Being a Staunch supporter of BJP throughout my life,I can only laugh at the way these people are Behaving.Now,I dont know whom to vote in the Next Election.I am Strongly against Congress and JDS.And now BJP has proved that It is no better.I will never Vote Again.

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  • Arun Kamath, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Its a pity Yeddi is eating his own words now ! He has pay for his KARMA ie lose his chair

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  • Pradeep Nayak, M'lore/Dubai

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Sad to see the political unceratinity in the State which is likely heading for mid-term polls. Operation Kamala backfired. Now tax payers money again wasted on elections. Expect some new levies & taxes.

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  • Ajith,, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Governor has to remove this Corruptive Government and implement President Rule for remaining two years. So atleast Karnataka people will feel safe and anti corruptive administration.

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  • Joseph D'souza, Dubai/Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    Hon. Governor should dismiss the yeddi goverment immediately. The government in minority and if allowed to continue, then there is a possibility of horse trading. cheif minister has crossed all the levels to hold his chair and he will do anything to hold his chair.

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  • Arshad Kadli, Bhatkal / Al Khobar

    Wed, Oct 06 2010

    It is really sad that apparently tax payers hard earned money will once again be wasted in a mid-term election.

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