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Gowda former cm of karnataka was forced to resign under pressure from yeddyurappa because he was not a rubber stamp and halted many of projects started by yedduyrappa and was very strict in dealingwith corruption, that is the price he paid for, what are your comments about this situation?

Tags: money, pressure, corruption
Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 12 Jul '12 08:50 pm
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Unfortunate. People who try to follow the rules and regulations with impartiality and do not oblige persons like Yedyurappa have to make way for those who have agreed to make compromises.
People like persons like Gowda but leaders want rubber stamps!
Having said this, caste factors also played a big part in this change of leadership in Karnataka.
Answered by Francisco, 12 Jul '12 10:08 pm

 
  
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Frankly speaking sadananda gowda should know what is democracy is. it is not behaving as per his whims and fancies. it is known fact that he should have majority to remain as leader of legislative assembly.

it is yediyurappa who brought him to the seat of chief minister. instead of holding him in same way he started behaving as though he is honest person and yediyurappa is bad.

he joined devegowda and started working againist yediyurappa groups and not allowed any funds to yeddie team.

he never bothered to hear grieviences of yeddie group members.

he gave bad report about yeddie to cec and clean chit to ex cms dharmsingh, sm krishna and kumaraswamy. this is clear partiality towards yediyurappa.
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Answered by sss, 12 Jul '12 11:03 pm

 
  
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BJP RSS buckles under pressure , well every political party gives weight age to the nuisance as they are afraid of vote banks and not national interest
Answered by fakeastrologer, 12 Jul '12 08:54 pm

 
  
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Unfortunate
Answered by sameer, 15 Jul '12 05:42 pm

 
  
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