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Current Political situation in karnataka is a proof that parties with varying ideologies cannot work

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Started: 1/20/2019 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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The current political situation in Karnataka where the Congress and the JDS have formed an alliance in order to come to power clearly shows that parties with varying ideologies cannot work together to form a conducive environment for development. These parties despised each other and prior to the elections the INC even accused the JDS of being the B team of the BJP. The alliance so far in 8 months and 8 days has not achieved anything worthy, The CM had promised complete loan waiver to the farmers of the state and had made a promise stating that within 24 hours of him coming to power he shall fulfil this promise, But when he did actually come to power he backtracked stating that since he is in a coalition he does not have complete autonomy for executing such a feat hence he had to compromise by waiving upto 2 lakh per farmer and the execution of this too was flawed. Ever since this Government has been in power we see nothing but fights breaking out amongst the two members of the coalition, The fight for cabinet berths is constant yet when the ministers do get the desired positions the execution is flawed or negligible, The CM is busy visiting temples every other day, It is not wrong to do so but the frequency is just unacceptable. The infighting within the parties has gotten so ugly that the leaders cannot keep their anger within the party anymore and publicly express their dissatisfaction. This all comes at a time when India is gearing up for its national election where a situation of this sorts may occur, Now i definitely cannot even imagine a situation of this kind happening at the central level because it would be a disaster. The 2 main national parties the BJP and the INC are probably the only real ones with an actual possibility of winning it but the BJP has had a huge impact in the previous elections due to their choice of prime ministerial candidate and also their political strategist. The INC has tried to make a coalition with other parties whose sole objective is to dethrone the existing PM, Precisely this may seem normal but it isnt, Now i wouldn't call the existing PM a perfect saint and a perfect leader but he his contributions to the nation in his short term are pretty impactful and rather sensible in the long run. The coalition in the works does not have an ideal candidate and the parties that are ready to come together are the same ones who have repeatedly slandered each other and its quite clearly visible that their ideologies contrast with each other, But this hunger of getting to power and dethroning the current stable government is rather dangerous. India needs a stable government one that can effectively solve problems within the nation not one that only solves problems within its coalition. The nation should realise at what is in the works here the idea of a third front without the BJP or the INC could also be possible but it consists of regional parties and the same scenario applies there as well. The situation in karnataka is a clear example of what happens when you just ignore your core ideologies and in the thirst for power just end up getting into bed with people who you otherwise would never want to be with.
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