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    In Democracy no government is permanent

    The way the BJP put up its impressive performance in the just concluded civic elections to the GHMC Hyderabad has proved that if people wish they can seek change to the ever boring governance of same party without creative thinking. From the mere 4 division holding in the past the party could improve to 49 divisions and that proved that the last minute hectic and planned foray into campaign by party top brass has really created impact on the city voters. Now TRS cannot even have its own Mayor and that could be tricky for the party.
  • #716845
    The BJP has put up an impressive performance to be the second-largest party in the recently concluded Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections. Unfortunately, less than 50% of voters participated in the elections. The Lal Bahadur Nagar area returned nearly half the elected BJP Corporators. Similarly, MIM was strong in the Old Hyderabad area. It looks these parties are confined to some areas. None of the parties got the required seats to elect the Mayor of their own party. We have to wait and see how alliances may happen between the parties.
    " Be Good and Do Good "

  • #716852
    Technically TRS cannot get the Mayor and BJP eligible for Dy Mayor and that is the catch of this election.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #716859
    Superstars of BJP were landed in Hyderabad and BJP has emerged as the second-largest party in the municipal corporation. It's a great leap for BJP. TRS lost almost thirty to forty per cent seats whereas AIMIM retained its hold. But it's sure to say that in next assembly elections in Telangana BJP may come in power.

    In Mahrashtra BJP has got setback in MLC elections where it could win only one out of six seats, particularly, BJP lost Nagpur constituency. One more seat in Varanasi BJP has lost. These two seats should have not been lost by BJP. So, BJP his mixed gain and lose.


    TRS need to ponder over why their land is slipping under their feet.

  • #716861
    But a leap from 4 seats to 49 seats which is some thing great setback to ruling party.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #716863
    Indeed, it is a great victory for BJP in Hyderabad.
    No, I think TRS has to have Mayor office in its lap.
    Agree, BJP deserve Dy. Mayor office for being second largest party in corporation.

  • #716867
    Technically, experts say that the party should have fifty percent of seats on their own .
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #716871
    It's the people of the country who decide the fate of the party in democracy. No one should think that their government will be permanent , it will change if you won't do anything for the development of the people. People need change if the get bored of the government .
    Sanjeev

    " The two most important days in your life are the day when you are born and the day you find out why? "
    – Mark Twain

  • #716885
    Democracy is supposed to be the best system in the world as public has much power to change Govt at any time. So, if public finds that a particular party is not doing well they will go for a change. Interestingly if after that they find that this new party is doing worse than the earlier then they will next time again change it and bring the less worse out of two. So, in democracy one can have a bad governance also as the other alternative is worse. This is something which is alarming and dangerous in a democracy because we find that we do not have many options. The people who are in power very well know this and take advantage of this by coming to power time to time whenever they get an opportunity. Sometimes when local politics prevails then there is no question of better of two and even the worst can come and rule. So, democracy has also some downsides and sometimes they are very painful to the nation as a whole.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #716886
    @K Mohan:

    "Technically, experts say that the party should have fifty percent of seats on their own."

    You mean to say that BJP fulfil this criteria but TRS does not fulfil it despite winning more seats?

    Will you elaborate plz.

  • #716909
    Political parties continue to prove that this is a victory for democracy. Democracy is the only way to reach power in India and Indian democracy is not yet ripe for it, which people like the Commission and the greedy of power are taking advantage of. Such people are so hungry for power that by securing any kind of chaos in the country, vote banks are secured. Even taking full advantage of India's diversity and dividing their unity, the power partnership is a governance system in which every group and community of society participates. The sharing of power is the key to democracy. Every citizen has a stake in democratic government, which is possible through participation.
    Swati Sharma

    Keep your Face to the SunShine

  • #716914
    That is what democracy is all about. When people do not like the performance of a particular dispensation they will look for a change and that will be reflected at the time of voting. This is applicable everywhere and that's why people all over the world love the democratic system. The performance has to be the only important criteria to select a candidate/political party but nowadays political parties are taking the help of election strategists to win elections which is a cause of worry. Politicians play their tricks during elections by raking up certain issues, like religion, caste, creed, economic status, etc and many people easily fall prey to this. We all need to remember that the process of any democracy has to be oriented towards overall growth and it is not any kind of appeasement or tactics to win elections.
    Sankalan

    "Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"

  • #716940
    Any party to have the Mayor post should score 75 seats and none reached the spot.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #717000
    No party got an absolute majority. Now, MIM's hand is very much required to TRS for getting the mayor post. BJP is an enemy for both MIM and TRS. So there is no chance for BJP to get the mayor. So TRS may support MIM and MIM candidate can become the Mayor. Otherwise, MIM can support TRS and TRS candidate can become the Mayo. We have to see, how things are going to be settled.
    The victory of 48 candidates of BJP is indeed a great achievement. From 4 members in the outgoing team now with 48 members in the incoming team. TRS managed 55 seats mainly because of Andhra settlers. Many settlers from Andhra voted for TRS and kept BJP away. Otherwise, BJP might have got the majority. KCR are should understand this and definitely should feel sorry for the statements he made earlier against these settlers.
    In a democracy, nobody can take things for granted. Voters can go against any party at any time. The rulers should understand this.

    drrao
    always confident


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