BJP adopted aggressive Hindutva in Karnataka, Congress took leadership of economic crisis

Karnataka News Desk !!! The upcoming Karnataka assembly elections, which will be held in less than eight months, are expected to be a battle between an aggressive Hindutva agenda and a common minimum program and development. Former Chief Minister BS After forcibly resting Yeddyurappa, the ruling BJP is trying to consolidate its position by following an aggressive Hindutva plank. This will be the first assembly election the saffron party will fight without Yeddyurappa in the lead role for a long time. BJP sources said the party is not worried about the likely outcome as it is solely focused on winning the elections on issues of Hindutva and development. On the other hand, the opposition Congress is full of confidence. It is believed that the anti-incumbency wave and rising inflation will ensure the defeat of the saffron party in the next elections.

Party leaders and workers, who were disheartened by the infighting, are now downcast after the birthday celebrations of Leader of the Opposition Siddaramaiah. Siddaramaiah and state Congress president DK Shivakumar has announced that he will do away with this gimmick till the elections are over in the presence of former Congress president Rahul Gandhi. While the Congress is banking on the anti-incumbency wave, an internal survey conducted by the BJP shows some worrying trends. Party members said the party high command is closely monitoring the developments in Karnataka. In the wake of the Covid pandemic, the state made headlines for the hijab crisis, calls for a Muslim boycott, killings of Hindu activists followed by reprisal killings and a textbook row. The Congress, on the other hand, launched large-scale agitations demanding the implementation of the Mekedatu project.

Along with the Congress, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the JD(S) are also taking on the BJP government a lot over Hindutva, asking people to support them for development. Basavaraj Sulibhavi, activist and political analyst, told IANS that there is a direct flight between communalism and secularism. It is also a clash of diversity and unity. The nature of Karnataka has been diversity, he said. There is a political party that is trying to change the nature of this land. He believes that the Congress can win only if it fights unitedly. Sulibhavi said that the Congress leaders, though they initially seem united, are trying to destroy the other side within the party. Previous occasions have shown that the Congress has lost to the Congress leaders. Congress MP and former minister Priyank Kharge told IANS that people will avenge the good things the party assures them.

Kharge said people will vote for Congress to secure their future, get jobs and beat inflation. We have always expressed our position to follow pluralism and fight for economic and political equality and constitutional values. Karnataka is a progressive state but the BJP is trying to turn it into a regressive state. He said, at a time when Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh want to follow the Karnataka model, there is talk of adopting the UP model. We will not allow BJP’s agenda to succeed here. JD(S) national spokesperson Tanveer Ahmed told IANS, “First of all, we need to understand that Hindutva or Hinduism is not the jurisdiction of one party. Hinduism, Islam, Christianity: they all belong to the person who follows them.

He said, the Dharma Sarve Jana Sukhino Bhavantu preaches, he cannot really be a fanatic. BJP’s projection line is actually anti-Hindu and anti-Hindu ideology. We are ready to tell people what they really need. Ahmed asked, do they need murders like the Mangaluru murder? Do people want development for nation building or do they want divisive politics in the name of religion? Do they want a nice environment for their kids or do they want to make their kids punk? HD Kumaraswamy is the only face of JD(S) for the CM post. Will the Yediyurappa faction allow the current CM Basavaraj Bommai to return to office? of course not. Ahmed said, in the BJP, its national general secretary CT Ravi, Higher Education Minister CN Ashwath Narayan all want to become CM. Everyone is the face of CM in Congress. Meanwhile, BJP’s Karnataka in-charge Arun Singh has said that Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is doing a great job, under his leadership BJP will retain power by winning 150 seats in the state.




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