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Will JDS support to BJP or go with Congress? ,if hung assembly formed in Karnataka.

Monday - May 14, 2018 11:45 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL

Know the politics of Karnataka.
MAY 14(WTN) - Tomorrow, the result of the Karnataka assembly elections is going to be declared. If the BJP or the Congress could not get a full majority on their own in the Karnataka assembly election, then in this situation everyone's eyes are on JDS. If the condition of the hung assembly created, so which party will be supported by JDS. Will the JDS go with Congress or support to the BJP? Now let you know what has been happening in the Karnataka politics for the past few years and who has been the Chief Minister of Karnataka?

According to Exit Poll, JDS is getting 30 to 35 seats in the Karnataka assembly election. In such a case, to the 112 seats needed for majority, both the BJP and the Congress may need support from the JDS. Now let you know about JDS. JDS was founded in 1999, H.D.Deve Gowda who separated from Janata Dal formed JDS. By the way, the nature of this party has been anti Congress. In the year 1994, under the leadership of Deve Gowda, the Janata Dal formed the government with absolute majority in the Karnataka and Deve Gowda became the Chief Minister. But in 1999, he separated from Janta Dal and formed JDS. Well, Deve Gowda started his political journey as a Congress leader in 1953, and till 1962 he was a member of the Congress. But in 1962, Deve Gowda won in the assembly election as an Independent candidate. Later, during the emergency, he joined the JP movement and later joined the Janata Dal.

It is not that Deve Gowda has been close to the Congress only. Deve Gowda's son, H.D. Kumaraswamy had been chief minister of Karnataka with the support of the BJP from 2004 to 2006. Congress and JDS formed the government in Karnataka and Dharam Singh of Congress became the Chief Minister. But later in 2006, the JDS combined with BJP to formed government. There was a condition in this coalition that CM of both the parties will be in power turn by turn. It means candidate from JDS and BJP will be Chief Minister in one-one term. Under the alliance, Deve Gowda's son H.D. Kumaraswamy became the Karnataka's Chief Minister in 2006, but instead of handing over power to the BJP next year, Kumaraswamy resigned, after the resignation of Kumaraswamy center imposed president rule in the state. But later, JDS declared support to the BJP and Yeddyurappa became the Chief Minister of Karnataka for seven days.

But the cheating in the coalition, politics of the BJP and the JDS has been separated. In the 2008 Karnataka assembly elections, BJP formed the government. BJP's BS Yediyurappa became the Chief Minister of Karnataka but after allegations of corruption against him, D. V. Sadananda Gowda became the CM of Karnataka. But after few months, D. V. Sadananda resigned from CM post and Jagdish Shettar became the Chief Minister of Karnataka. In the 2013 assembly elections, the BJP had to face defeat and the Congress formed the government and the Siddaramaiah became the Chief Minister of Karnataka.
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