In north the dynastical politics is one more thing. Ministers give their posts to their progeny. But in south, dynastical politics always failed.
There are many such trivial yet impactful differences.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.
Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.
Again the people here are more literate and they read news papers regularly. It is difficult to change their political affiliations so easily. Left orientation is there in almost all fields. Religious interference is limited. In common issues all religious groups join together. Only a very limited number of people are creating issues in the name of religion. Temples, churches and mosques co exist here. Hence in political decision taking religious influences are limited. In voting also this is reflected.
Gold Member ISC
The only difference is the money and opportunity involved is slightly less in some states and more in other states.
Even when you do not win in election, if your party is ruling, and your close people are in the party or government,you may get some posts as Chairman or member of some boards or corporations. Some corporations and boards will be set up new just to accommodate the close people. Many of these things do not come to the visibility and notice of ordinary general public. If asked the counter question will be in a democratic country every one is eligible;being son/daughter/spouse/brother/sister/ son-in-law/d-in-law etc etc of some e one in ministry or party leadership does not bar them. That will be the argument.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease