HC clears way for BSY to seek Karnataka CM’s job

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Is Yadurappa more sinned against sinning?

    Is Bhardawaj a Congress stooge as indirectly stated by the HC?

    Has not Santosh Hegde much to sulk about?

    Is Yedurappa still not a hot potato for the BJP?

    How will the winds blow for each of the actors of this issue?
     
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    Yeddyurappa ji is not as clean as snow for sure but he has been more sinned against than sinned himself. No CM in Karnataka has been totally non-corrupt including Congress, JD(S) and BJP unlike say Modi or Manohar Parrikar or BC Khanduri ji. Yeddyurappa is a minnow compared to say the late YSR in Andhra. OTOH Congress has not taken action against Shiela Dikshit (CWG) Delhi CM or Digambar Kamat (illegal mining) Goa CM. Yeddyurappa was hounded and made an example of to humble BJP in Karnataka by interested parties. Previous CM's of Congress and JD(S) are known have been involved in illegal mining in Bellary.
     
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    This verdict can result in power-fight inside the state BJP. Results awaiting........
     
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    The congress is starting to loose its weapons as the B.J.P. leaders are proving their innocence in the corruption cases against them........

    First MODI and now YEDDYURAPPA. Great going B.J.P.
     
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    Could lead to further confusion in BJP.

    As ‘clean’ a ‘chit’ as it could be

     
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    Politicians, by and large, are shady in their dealing since they have to dispense patronage to remain in power.

    I wonder if any politicians can claim to be purer than driven snow. It is merely a degree of being shady and how well one covers one's tracks.

    All said and done, while few would have tears shed for Yedurappa, the conduct of the Governor has been most disgraceful and stooge like.

    He has behaved so disgracefully that even the Congress Party at the Centre had to distance itself from him!

    What, however, is worth noting is that Hegde, who had built such a good reputation for himself to be taken as the balanced opinion of the Anna Hazare movement, will now no longer appear that crystalline as before.

    I hope it does not dull the image of the Anna movement that may erupt from its present limbo!
     
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    BSY is an ahole. He should be treated with contempt that he deserves. He thinks the CMship is his personal jagir and has more than embarrassed the BJP with his shenanigans. BSY has spent more money on visiting temples to ward off evil charms than on infra of bangalore in particular and the state at large.
     
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    With this court judement,... my trust in the judiciary has increased even more.

    I can buy them out any time too. Gives me so much more confidence. :D
     
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    Agreed on all points.


    Dont think so. However unfortunate it may sound like, that people have so less faith in these systems, but Hegde probably is above legislature/judiciary/media as far as reputation is considered.

    Anna movement has already lost its steam and we citizens are ourselves to blame for that.
     
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    No, Anna Hazare is to blame for the movements failure.

    Instead of making it an anti-corruption movement. He made it an anti Congress campaign.

    When the issue was being discussed in the Parliament - Anna insisted on carrying out the protest in Mumbai. What for...?

    People saw through his farce.
     
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    Anna's movement surely had shortcomings. But the ones who were opposing them (politicians and especially Digvijay n team ) had far more issues.

    I dont think it is the case of people seeing through the farce. I think people just got bored!
     
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    there is no need for Anna movement if we(Indians) stopped voting like monkeys. we vote the best looters into power all the time and we blame everyone else foe our problems. After all India is still a democracy
     

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