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The department has attached immovable assets such as land, his cabinet and MLAs might not even wait till 2018, revitalising the party. Which begs the question: why didn’t the party make use of his “advice and experience” in these four years During the same period it’s no secret that people in Karnataka were treated to frequent outbursts from S M Krishna on the “decline of Congress” and how he had been calculatedly sidelined And so it was only a question of when and not if S M Krishna would abandon the Congress Krishna’s exit yet again points the needle of accountability towards the decayed Congress High Command aka dynasty His indirect swipe at Rahul Gandhi’s style of politics a “hit-and-run job…a part-time job” reflects the truth of the adage that Rahul Gandhi’s age is lesser than S M Krishna’s political experience Indeed Krishna’s exit is symptomatic of many Congress leaders of his vintage and stature The Gandhi glue that kept them within the party has come unstuck under the singular leadership of Rahul Gandhi At one time leaders like him enjoyed the confidence of the so-called High Command and he had the relative freedom as chief minister to manage a large and prosperous state as well as contain internal dissensions But now with a largely moribund High Command and a CM who continues to run amok there’s really no reason for Krishna to stay back Indeed another measure of the High Command’s frailty is its repeated failure to rein in the unpopular Siddaramaiah because ever since that fatal summer of 2014 the dynasty no longer commands the same political or moral authority and instead depends on state leaders like him for survival and finances In this light Rajeev Gowda’s remark only unsubtly betrays his fear about his party’s prospects in the near future caused by Krishna’s exit The Vokkaliga belt in the hugely influential Old Mysore region has always been the BJP’s weak wicket So while Krishna’s defection might not swing a majority of these votes towards the BJP it certainly has the potential to damage the Congress Equally the other strong competitor for Vokkaliga votes the Janata Dal (Secular) will also hurt the Congress badly But at the moment Krishna’s exit has created a mass revolt-like situation within the Congress as this report shows Equally as this Firstpost piece observes The names of a dozen other Congress leaders who already have one tentative foot in the BJP are doing the rounds in Bengaluru By all indications this is just the beginning of what may turn into an exodus in the coming weeks and months But what really offers a telling portent for the future is the fact that the High Command has continued to remain inert at these worrying developments As a sort of mirror to how it snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in Goa the Congress has simply lost the will to fight back if only for its very survival Meanwhile some of the key state Congress functionaries that this writer met after Krishna’s exit say that about 30 MLAs are ready to jump ship depending on how the Nanjanagud and Gundlupet byelections turn out And if those MLAs do indeed defect it’ll reduce the Congress to a minority government paving way for elections And the manner in which developments are unfolding in the state at the moment seems to indicate that this mass defection might likely occur much before 2018 On the BJP’s side a premature fall of the Siddaramaiah government also makes sense given the fact that the emphatic Congress victory in Punjab recently breathed some oxygen into the ailing party A premature exit in Karnataka would further demoralise the Grand Old Party Whether 9April 2017 will turn out to be the Ides of March for the Congress in Karnataka will depend both on Siddaramaiah and the BJP There are no easy answers. "What do you expect when people like Vijayavargiya are in high organisational positions? How much funding comes, the scheme comes with some benefits too. Gandhi got us freedom not so that poor and marginalised people are harassed, "It is not a big thing to respect one’s own religion .. However.
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