The Strategy for BJP to get majority

The Strategy for BJP to get majority

The Strategy for BJP to get majority
May 17
09:19 2018

BS Yeddyurappa will need eight more MLAs to force open the door to the seat of power in the Vidhana Soudha.

1. If the Government of Karnataka is now c/o Ballari, the Reddy brothers and associates will want to repeat Operation Kamala, (now Operation Lotus), that they perfected as an art form in 2008.

Nudge several Congress and JD(S) legislators to resign from their seats bringing down the strength of the House for the Yeddyurappa regime to reach a lesser majority mark.

Later, get them re-elected in by-polls.

2. They need to do is to ensure 14 absentations from opposition ranks in order to bring down the half mark to 104 so that the BJP crosses the line.

How to do it::

Target MLAs who have any CBI or Income Tax cases against them that will make them vulnerable.

Legislator from Vijaypura Anand Singh, who moved from the BJP to the Congress before the elections, is one such weak link.

Second target are the Lingayat legislators of the Congress, if the BJP can play on their unhappiness over HD Kumaraswamy, a Vokkaliga, leading the government.

More than the JD(S) legislators, it is the Congress group that is more vulnerable.

Within the Congress, those from the Hyderabad-Karnataka region districts of Ballari, Chitradurga, Raichur — the patch that was virtually outsourced to the Reddys during the election — will be most susceptible to being wooed.

For those MLAs who are reluctant to contest another election, this time on a BJP ticket, there is a Plan B.

Elections to six seats in the Karnataka Legislative Council are due on 8 June and with its strength of 104, the BJP should be in a position to win four of those seats.

These could be offered to any of those who agree to defect.

With the BJP indulging in whataboutery, referring to earlier cases when the Congress used its power from New Delhi, it is clear it is a case of ‘my unethicality’ versus ‘your unethicality ‘.

If all goes well , as planned above, Yeddyurappa can breath that the expiry date of his present post is not a few days away, but in 2023. ​😄😄😄

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