Karnataka assembly elections may hung will come
Karnataka: Most surveys indicate that Karnataka’s 15th assembly election results will lead to the hung assembly. Three times in the state in the last 35 years (1983, 2004, 2008) only hung formed. The first Hung Assembly lasted only two years. The Hung Sabha, which was formed 14 years ago, has been four years old. The Third Hung-Sabha a little over five years as the ruling BJP has won a majority. Apart from the Hung period that was created after the 1983 election, the chief ministers of the other two switched to three. On the other hand, before the elections that led to the Trinamool in the past, there was no Chief Minister who had been in office for five years.
Ramakrishna Hegde, First CM by ‘Hung’!
The first Hung Sabha was formed in Karnataka in the January 1983 assembly elections, which led to the formation of the first non-Congress government in Andhra Pradesh. In the 224-seat assembly, the then ruling Congress was not the only party in the elections, but the second largest party in the seat was 82. The Janata Party has emerged as the largest party with 95 seats in this election.
The first non-Congress government of Janata Party has been formed with the support of Independents, CPI (M), CPI (M) and Karnataka Kranthiranga. In the 1984 Lok Sabha elections, Indira Gandhi was defeated by the ruling Janata Party. Congress has bagged over two-thirds of MP seats. Hegde recently ordered the people’s verdict to abolish the Assembly that he is committed to politics with valuable assets in the Lok Sabha polls. Hegde had secured 139 seats in the 1985 Assembly elections and Hegde once again became the Chief Minister.
The results of the 2004 election resulted in the incumbent Chief Minister SM Krishna for four months and seven months leading to the first session of the assembly. The BJP emerged as the largest party and gained 79 seats. The defeated ruling party won 65 and JDS 58 seats. First, the BJP senior leaders Arun Jaitley and M Venkiah did not succeed in the alliance with JDS. The Congress and the Gowda Party finally agreed. However, Deve Gowda refused to give his political rival Krishna the status quo for his social activist, while North Karnataka Congressman N Dharmasing became the Chief Minister of the Congress. Subsequently, he was appointed Deputy Chief Minister of JD (S). Pricing surgeon collapsed at the end of January 2006, when Jeddah was withdrawing for 8 months a year due to differences with the Congress after Gowda’s fate in November 2005,
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BJP joins hands with Kumaraswamy
Kumar’s father, Devegowda’s son appointed as state JDS, came to the understanding of the BJP to form government under his leadership. On February 3, 2006, he was sworn in as a coalition partner of the BJP. Devegowda Nettinoru made sure that his son had joined hands with his party without his consent. Before his eyes, his son had been crying out to the party with communal party. The JDS had 46 MLAs tied to Kumaraswamy’s BJP. Gowda’s support for his son, who had been brief for a long time, impressed by the story.
But again, the crisis began when Kumaraswamy did not resign from the post of 20 months after he was forced to sign the CM’s post to BJD. Kumaraswamy resigned after 18 BJP ministers resigned and withdrew support from the party. Even though the majority MLAs do not have the support, the surgeon, who was led by BJP Yeddyurappa, resigned only a week. The 12th Assembly, which trims the House, saw three chief ministers. After about 190 days after the presidential rule, the then UPA central secretary canceled the assembly and held elections.
Three BJP leaders during the 13th assembly
In the May 2008 assembly polls, the BJP secured highest seats (110) and the government was ready for formation. Yeddyurappa became the Chief Minister on May 30 with the support of Independents with three seats for the general majority in his party. With the name ‘OperationCamal’, some Congress and JDS MLA resigned from the legislative assembly and won the BJP on their ticket. The strength of the BJP has crossed 113. On July 11, 2011, Yeddyurappa avoided the role of the BJP central leadership after three months. Two months after the disruption of the allegations of corruption and bellary forces Janardan Reddy’s brothers.
Davey Sadananda Gowda, who later took over as CM, also had to resign in July 2012 without a year’s due to gang-rape in the party. He followed by the third BJP chief Jagadish Shettar till May 12, 2013, until the term of the Assemblies. In the 14th Assembly elections, Congress secured 122 seats and won a thorough majority. Do the people of Karnataka look at trips to triple this time for the fourth time in favor of another. Or would you give the absolute majority to one of the two major national parties?