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Three lessons for BJP after Karnataka defeat.

Is BJP really The Party With A Difference?

~ Upananda Brahmachari. 

Who will save IndiaBangalore | 8 May 2013:: Bhartiya Janata Party on Wednesday suffered a humiliating defeat in the Karnataka assembly elections while the Congress wresting power after a gap of seven years. No Modi Magic works to mitigate  the doggy quarrel  or to remove the stains of corruption as it was loomed over its unit in Karnataka of a Party with Difference, now facing disgusting factional politics undermining its ideology or anything.

Big hit by the exit of former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa and the image of corruption and nepotism  during its tenure in the first government in the south, the party has won only 40 out of  224-member Assembly in Krnataka this time. BJP had won 110 seats against Congress’ 80 and JD(S) 28 in the last assembly election. The final tally for  224 constituencies in Karnataka assembly in this election stands as Congress – wins 121,  BJP – wins 40, Janata Dal (Secular) – wins 40, Samajwadi Party – wins 1 and Others – win 21. Poll in respect of AC No 210-Periyapatna was adjourned due to death of a BJP candidate, Shri Sannamoge Gowda.

Though Congress led by an Italian, spearhead of  all corruption, half-educated lady,  have wrested power, but it doesn’t have much to cheer on the vote-share front. Its share of votes has increased by less than 2% as compared to 2008, when it had 34.59% and too is being described as a glorious return of drowning Congress by its sycophants.

If all assembly segments in Karnataka vote exactly the same way in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress may not win the 15-18 seats it hopes to, as the analysists suggest accordingly. It had won just 7 (seven)  in 2009.

However, it shows that an anti-incumbency wave does not necessarily mean huge gains for the principal opposition party or  BJP would like to believe that it got decimated in Karnataka only because of the split in the party and former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa’s Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP) playing spoiler. But that is also a half-truth as proved. A detailed analysis of vote shares shows that the BJP’s share declined by a massive 13.9% from 2008 to settle at 20%. The KJP, on the other hand, captured only 9.8% of the votes cast for their anti BJP franchise in this election.

Had its no other option, the perplexed electorate of Karnataka erred to drive away the mischievousness thieves in order to invite a band of  dangerous robbers to handle public exchequers and to provide them safety, security and prosperity. But, the changers of the Indian political system, the waivers of  corruptions and the saviours of Bharat  like Dr. Subramnian Swamy, Baba Ramdev, Team Anna etc. will only show their charisma in  Parliamentary (Lok Shabha) Election in 2014. Karnataka elections and other state issues may not be in their faaaaar sighted agenda. Some of these social and political humbugs even think the change from the top, not from the grass root.

This thorny gift of defeat from Karnataka will not give any lesson to Sri Rajnath Singh, the present president of BJP. This slow down graph of possession in the states of Bharat is perhaps not any reasons to be worried about by Sri Advani or the toppers in BJP.  Unless BJP puts a change in its dubious constitution by rejecting its commitment  to  ‘Gandhian approach to socio-economic issues’ and embrace a pure Hindutva line alongside its declared basic philosophy of  ‘Integral Humanism’, BJP will not survive anyway.  When curse of Gandhi ruined this country, how it could be beneficial for the prosperity of BJP?

Dharma, the basic principal of Bhartitya Jeevan (Indian life) cannot be separated from any parts of its spiritual-social-economic-political goal and  it is quite contradictory to Secularism. Secularism is a threat to values of Indian life (Bhartiya Jeevan Mulya)  and BJP adopted more dangerous ‘Positive Secularism’ than secularism.

Lured  with an easy political gain, BJP is no more a ‘The  Party With A Difference’. This is the first lesson for BJP after Karnataka defeat. 

bit to cheer for the Congress.

~ Hindustan Times Editorial.

cong vs bjpNew Delhi |  8 May 2013:: In what is perhaps the only silver lining in a perilously dark cloud, the Congress has left the BJP in its dust in the Karnataka assembly elections. What must be galling for the BJP is that though it had hoped to come in second, it is now third with the Janata Dal (Secular) notching up more votes than it. Caste, always a major factor in Karnataka politics, seems to have worked in favour of former prime minister HD Deve Gowda’s party, which won handsomely in the Vokkaliga strongholds in the southern part of the state. The BJP was more or less doomed from the word go. The party had undergone a messy split with its strongman and former chief minister BS Yeddyurappa walking out to form his own party. Mr Yeddyurappa’s visceral hatred of his former party seems to have sent him into overdrive to ensure the BJP’s defeat.

The BJP has no one but itself to blame for the loss of its only southern state. The party leadership dithered for far too long on taking action against its local leaders when they were clearly seen to be corrupt. They were dismissive of Mr Yeddyurappa and his protests at the way he was being treated. It was far too late when the new BJP president Rajnath Singh tried to soothe ruffled feathers. The BJP also relied, it would now seem erroneously, in the star power of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to inject a bit of life into the listless party. But despite Mr Modi’s best efforts, the party rank and file just did not work with any enthusiasm to ensure the victory of its candidates.

What seems to be upsetting many is that the voters really had little choice. They had to choose between bad and worse in the case of the Congress and the BJP. Corruption certainly was an issue and the BJP’s hopes that caste politics would overcome that did not materialise. With this defeat the BJP will have to start from scratch in the south. Karnataka was the gateway through which it had hoped to lay siege to south India. Now that gate is firmly shut for the moment. The Congress, while rejoicing, should not forget that it may have been chosen as a better option but it will have to deliver on governance in order to retain and attract investment and fulfil the aspirations of a young population. The state, which is supposed to be hub of the IT industry, has seen investors move out in recent times thanks to appalling infrastructure and rampant corruption. The Congress has its work cut out for it on these and other counts. Hit by scam after scam at the Centre the Congress will have to work overtime to ensure that the taint does not rub off on it in the state even before it gets off the starting block.

Corrupt BJP or BJP, a party without any difference will help the perpetual corruption of Congress in India and will help the Fake Gandhi Family Dynasty to rule Delhi for ever. This is the second lesson for BJP. 

Confidence from public is not a matter of gimmick or controversy. 

~ Dr Babu Suseelan. 

why-the-bjp-is-intent-on-self-destruction-readers-comments-published-in-etPennsylvania | 8 May 2013:: Everyday the people of India pray for a miracle to happen that will save their beloved country from looters and robbers. They are helpless and can only pray and vote in hope for a better tomorrow. They elect one corrupt person over the other in the hope that things will get better in future. Unfortunately this rarely happens and sooner they find a more corrupt person with a higher degree misusing and abusing power for his cheap personal gains.

People can no longer tolerate the shameless loot of the country. The resources  that belong to all the poor people of this county is being pocketed by a very few who manage to get hold of positions of power.  Thereafter they loot, cheat and lie shamelessly and take the ordinary citizens on a ride of falsehood, deceit and forgery.  All that the poor people can do is to react by casting their votes.

Votes are the voice of the “aam admi”  and they have spoken very decisively in Karnataka. The support for the shamelessly  corrupt and greedy “Bellary brothers” and the nepotism of Yedurappa destroyed the foundation of BJP in Karnataka.   This election marks the great fall of once great and undisputed leader who took BJP to great heights in south India.

Yedurappa, is a classic example of how power can an ordinary mortal arrogant, greedy, blind and corrupt. The delay in correcting Yedurappa by the indecisive and opportunistic party bosses who failed to get rid of Reddy brothers who founded the  Kingdom of Bellary has destroyed the BJP and may also cost it at the National level.

This may not be seen as a victory for Congress and this is only an anti corruption verdict. The  same thing will happen to Congress in the Centre if it does not recover the looted money and put the corrupt behind the bars. The supreme court observations is very  serious and I wonder how and why some ministers and bureaucrats hang on to power so shamelessly. I also wonder how they face the public after looting and cheating the country and its people.

People will certainly remember Coalgate, Railgate, Olympicsgate, 2Ggate, Hawalagate and many other gates that remain hidden.

In any other country all these looters would have been in jail for at least 25 years and in China they would have been shot dead long ago.

The poor people of India are forced to silently look at the shameless corruption that drains the resources of this country and makes the quality of their life miserable.  They can speak only during elections and they  try their best to get rid of the looters and robbers irrespective of any party while casting their votes. The patience of the people of this county is indeed the greatest and the most admirable as they prefer a apprentice thief to a master  thief to govern them.

May God save and bless India.  Indians  hope that all the parties learn their lessons well and  promote kind people with wisdom, knowledge, integrity, honesty and passion for social service in positions of leadership.

Leadership is all about connecting to people  and understanding their simple aspirations . It is also about taking our minds and spirits forward with love, passion, energy and speed.

Education is the progressive discovery of one’s ignorance.

Why should we exploit  public faith?  Confidence from public is not a matter of gimmick or controversy. This is the third lesson for BJP, if the party likes any introspective realization. 

10 comments on “Three lessons for BJP after Karnataka defeat.

  1. Kumar Arun
    May 9, 2013

    Shri Upendra Brahmachari ji, Please do not misguide people. BJP controlled by Advani’s and their cronies will neverfree Hindus from Sonia-Manmohan-Rahul-Priyanka & Robert regime. Remove Advani and there will be a clear field for people like Modi and other nationalist to do the job. Dr. Kumar Arun

    Date: Thu, 9 May 2013 13:35:21 +0000 To:


    • hinduexistence
      May 9, 2013

      Truth can not be hindered. Who is misguiding people? Sitting in the far of USA (San Francisco, California), you people also think that BJP will save America from a Muslim President Barack Hossian Obama and obviously India too. For the first time I wrote something straight about BJP for returning its sense of reality. And that created a burning sensation in your skin too. Who misguided the people of Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand and now Karnataka? Why people rejected BJP one state after another? Why BJP is out of power in Delhi Assembly, once the citadel of Janasangha?

      The policy of loosing the power in State to State within a conflicting organisational situation, BJP will face a fatal consequence in the next parliamentary election of 2014, otherwise it rejects our prescribed policy of Pure Hindutva and self-purification.

      Have you read the articles between the lines including one of Dr Babu Suseelan ? Have you read the Constitution of BJP? Are you a member of Overseas Friends of BJP for what? Please reject the money making policy of some mischievous shouter there and make a base atmosphere of righteousness and sacrifice everywhere as a base of politics. Consequently, the political hazards and the cajoles in BJP will end automatically in a decent way.

      Upananda Brahmachari.


  2. dipak
    May 9, 2013

    BJP is not a party like the dynastic Sonia party. Advani is not playing a major role in present BJP party.My question is why Hindus vote for Congress? Pro-Congress media plays a major role. I am not happy either with EVM.


  3. Deivamuthu Nadar
    May 9, 2013

    BJP is loosing one state after another. HP, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand and now Karnataka. Delhi was the citadel of Jan Sangh. It is gone long back. Who is responsible for all these? Will any head roll? LK Advani should realise that under his leadership, BJP is crumbling. The sooner he realises the better. He should give up PMship dream and support NaMo as the PM candidate. Otherwise, Advani will be considered the demolisher of BJP. Also read my editorial in Hindu Voice May 2013.


  4. जब बीजेपी खुद ही करप्शन में धसी होगी तो फर्क क्या रह गया आम आदमी के पास. कांग्रेस को नागनाथ कहने वाली बीजेपी खुद भी तो सांपनाथ है. क्यूँ नहीं आन्तरिक लोकतंत्र को और अधिक मजबूत करती ? क्यूँ नहीं भ्रष्टाचार के प्रति पुर्णतः असहनीय कर देती, क्यूँ नहीं जन लोकपाल का समर्थन कर देती ? क्यूँ नहीं राईट टू रिकॉल के बारे में अपना मुह खोलती ?
    सिर्फ इस लिए की देश को एक दलदल में डाल दिया गया है जहाँ सिर्फ नाग नाथ और सांप नाथ ही है, तीसरा की विकल्प ही नहीं है. जिस 2014 का बेसब्री से इन्तजार कर रही है वहां भी कुछ नहीं मिलना, गुजरात में जीत जाएगी, तो उत्तेर प्रदेश में हारेगी, हिमाचल में हार चुकी, कर्णाटक में हार चुकी, दिल्ली में केजरीवाल हरवा देगा.फिर से कांग्रेस के सारे कुनबे मिल कर देश की बाग़ डोर संभालेंगे और फिर बीजेपी रोटी रहेगी की क्या करूँ.
    अगर फर्क करना है तो अभी से देश की सोचना होगा, कदा रुख अपनाना होगा..


  5. Nirmal Kumar Maity
    May 10, 2013

    Is the corruption only issue? Then why Mining barons, culprit Reddy brothers’ BSP has won 5 seats? Why Yedurappa’s KJP also won 6 seats?
    The truth is that our grass root level public is also corrupted to the extent they can. Corruption has been part of our life. So they do not mind much about corruption and also they are not able to understand the gravity of corruption. Even vote can be purchased. Voting of illiterate and literate has the same value!
    Hindutva! Namesake Hindus are not nationalistic nor they are deeply committed.
    No need to be a party with difference because money is required to buy vote.
    We should take lesson from Congress model. BJP costitution should be made such that supreme power is vested in PRESIDENT AND SAR SANGHACHALAK. Their command will be above all democratic questions.
    Congress though weak, corrupt but managed and controlled.


  6. sridharan
    May 10, 2013

    In fact the BJP has emerged stronger. Its respect has gone up.It has sent out a message that however big a leader may be if he is faced with a court case on corruption he should step down and face the case. After the court acquits him he can reclaim the chair. Aslo it has shown that indiscipline will be severely dealt with. Now the BJP is on very strong wicket.It is the congress which will have to worry a lot. The congress will face the music. The BJP can ask for the scalps of manmohan and Sonia.


  7. Sandhya Jain
    May 11, 2013

    BJP needs to introspect and unite behind leaders with strong mass support

    Obviously there’s maths and there’s chemistry; fusion brings victory. This is what makes the whole greater than the sum of its parts. When you break up the whole, it does not split back to its original parts. Fragmentation creates a new math, a new chemistry, a whole new sum.

    And this is the substance of the Karnataka 2013 Assembly result. The BJP calculations were awry from the moment rootless but deeply factionalised leaders in New Delhi succeeded in forcing Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, architect of the 2008 victory, to quit in August 2011. The idea that political jugglery could neutralise the strongman’s formidable Lingayat votebank was laughable from the start. The subsequent failure to provide effective governance to check further erosion of public goodwill compounded the failure. The result, as anticipated, was the chronicle of a party decimated by its own sins of omission and commission.

    Sandhya Jain

    [Reproduced from media_monitor5]


  8. Ravi Kishore Annadanam
    May 11, 2013


    It was a real wasted opportunity, instead of taking BJP to further south, we have shut the doors at Karnataka.

    When the party comes to power in a state, is there any governance body within the party to monitor the state government in a periodic basis whether it is working towards the long term, short term goals of the party’s vision (similar to CAG)? (Even though as a Federal structure, party not involving on the day to day activities). To be a party with difference (and with discipline), it should start from the top leaders and propagate to the bottom. Even when NDA govt formed at centre, the level of corruption was not this bad. If a coalition can be maintained with so many parties, why to pamper the likes of Gali.

    When Yedyurappa was acting like a single big leader in the party (during last elections), there was no proper second stream leadership that public believed. So, the next two CMs were just stop gap arrangements.

    And now, irrespective of the position, BJP has to fight on the real issues, hoping to get support from people in the future.

    Ravi Kishore Annadanam
    అన్నదానం రవి కిషొర్
    अन्नदानम रवि किशॊर


  9. Surinder Attri
    May 12, 2013

    1, Attriji

    Log in on ** and tick for Reaaders Form Column


    2. COMMENT: The article in Readers forum, titled ” Sarabjit’s trauma—a reply to the hanging of Kasab & Afzal Guru.

    Sarabjit’s murder could very well be a revenge-killing, to the hanging of Kasab & Afzal Guru. I have already expressed my reading of Sarabjit’s situaltion. I can’t add much more to that. I would say this though that, Sullas are trained to believe that, Islam shall in herit the entire earth. They have been parroting this nonsense for 1400 years. But no such outcome is likely.

    3. Reason: Sullas have an addiction….they are addicted to eating.. But more than 50% of the Moslem population of industrialized countries is un-employable. Their knowledge of Allah, Quran, and Islam, does not make them employable.

    Faced with such a dire economic dilemma, majority of the Jihadi-Jackasses of Islam, will get the Hell out of Islam.

    Surinder Paul Attri


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