The worries for the Congress seem to be never ending. Renuka Chowdhary has gone on to slam Digvijaya Singh by calling the Goa loss, ‘stupid.’ The former Union Minister has also sought for the removal of Singh from the post of Congress General Secretary.
She went on to attack the leadership saying Singh must take responsibility for the Goa loss. Regional leaders must be given a free hand if the party has to improve its position in the given situation, she also said.
He is one of the most popular faces in the Kannada film industry which is strangely called Sandalwood. Known as the rebel star, Ambareesh has impressed many over the years on the silver screen. Will his performance in the Karnataka Assembly Elections from the Mandya city constituency be as impressive? The going seems tough for the rebel star.
He is up against a very powerful M Srinivas of the Janatha Dal (S). The party has won the elections twice in the past. The Congress and the JD(S) are the only parties in the reckoning in Mandya and this time it appears advantage JD(S). The JD(S) has belted out the Cauvery Waters issue to the hilt and for the people of this area nothing other than this issue really matters. Although Ambareesh who hails from the same constituency has earned the title Mandyada Gandu (the man of Mandya), his electoral prospects this time look very bleak.
The Congress does realise that the rebellion that it has been facing ever since the ticket distribution process commenced has turned out to be extremely counter productive. A internal study conducted by the think tanks in the party reveals that the party is facing rebellion in at least 60 constituencies.
Rebellion in 60 constituencies is no joke, Congress sources tell rediff.com. There is a lot we need to do and as the D-Day of May 5th draws closer we need to set all this right.
The Congress has been hit by rebellion in Karnataka and even as one watches the campaign, it becomes clear that there is a three way split in the party. The Congress high command has kept everyone in suspense as to who the Chief Minister would be in case it wins Karnataka and this even led Narendra Modi to mock them by saying, “ how much will you show us the hand, show us the face now.”
Earlier it was a direct fight between the Congress chief, G Parameshwar and opposition leader, Siddaramaiah. Today the Congress has one more entity and that is former Chief Minister, S M Krishna who has sulked, complained but continues to campaign while claiming that he can make a difference in 27 constituencies in Karnataka. Continue reading “Cong rebellion- SMK makes it a threesome now”