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Know the reason, why the Congress lost in the Karnataka?

Tuesday - May 15, 2018 12:40 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL

MAY 15(WTN) - Once again, Congress has faced defeat in the assembly elections. In the South Indian state Karnataka, the Congress has lost the election. With defeat in the Karnataka, the Congress has only one big state in the form of the Punjab. Now let you know, what the main reason is for the Congress being defeated in the Karnataka.
 
In Karnataka, Congress had to face anti-incumbency wave. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah did not succeed in wooing voters with his plans. It has been trend that power changes in the Karnataka after every five years. The BJP targeted with many allegations that during the Congress rule in the Karnataka, corruption, non-implementation of schemes of the Center and funds, Congress leaders could not give the correct answer.
 
When the Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over the command of the campaigning in the Karnataka assembly election, it was decided that the BJP was working hard in Karnataka. In his speeches, Modi pointed out to the Congress from the Gandhi family to the other issues. Narendra Modi has targeted Siddharmaya in his Karnataka election campaign. Modi gave confidence to the people of Karnataka in his speeches that development would be the BJP’s first priority if the BJP creates government in the Karnataka.
 
BJP has succeeded in breaking the bar of Congress's traditional Dalit vote bank. The Congress had to suffer from the coalition of the BSP and the JDS. If JDS contested alone in the Karnataka assembly election, then it was believed that Dalit vote would go in the favor of Congress as the BSP would not have been so strong in the Karnataka, but the Congress had to suffer by the coalition of the BSP and the JDS.
 
In the Karnataka assembly election there was a clash in the Congress. Many Congress leaders protested against the free hand of CM Siddaramaiah in the party. It is believed that Siddaramaiah had command in ticket distribution too.
 
Congress’s step to give different recognition to the Lingayat from Hindu religion could not woo the Lingayat voters. Right before the election, BJP opposed this seep of Congress to give different recognition to the Lingayat from Hindu religion. The Congress tried to woo the Lingayat community that was heavily burdened step taken by the Congress. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other BJP leaders, including Amit Shah, convinced the voters that this move of the Congress is going to divide Hinduism and break the society.
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