More and More Karnataka Voters are joining the BJP Ship, in the Voyage to the next Assembly Elections.
Karnataka might have sudden Assembly Elections in 2012 December Itself.
The Karnataka Assembly Elections are actually Scheduled for June 2013, when the five years Term of the BJP Government and the Assembly is completed.
The Assembly Elections in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Tripura will be held in December 2012-January 2013.
The BJP is in Government in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.
The Communists are in Government in Tripura.
Will the Karnataka Assembly Elections be advanced to be held with Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Tripura?
The BJP National President Nitin Gadkari had a significant discussion with the Karnataka BJP Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar.
Gadkari asked Shettar, if it would be advantageous to have the Karnataka Assembly Elections, Six Months before the Scheduled Time.
RSS UNITES BJP
The BJP is united in Karnataka, after the RSS Chief Mohanrao Bhagwat marginalised the prejudiced Factionalist Advani and united all the factions in the State.
The BJP kept B.S.Yeddyurappa Former Chief Minister involved in Litigation, due to the Lok Ayukta Case about One Acre of Land, out of all Government Positions.
The BJP brought in the Long Time Bitter Rival of Yeddyurappa, Now turned in to an affectionate friend, Jagadish Shettar, the Lingayat Leader from North Karnataka as the Chief Minister.
The BJP Vote Base has the Lingayatsas the main forte. The Lingayats are 20% of the State Voters.
The Lingayats, who are mostly Farmers, will Now vote 100% for the BJP.
Jagadish Shettar has the Clean, Decent, Pleasant, Humble and Persuasive Image which has united all the factions.
The BJP inducted the Vokkaliga Leader Ashok as one of the Two Deputy Chief Ministers.
The Vokkaligas are the Farming Community, traditionally opposed in the Power-Stakes to the Lingayats.
The Vokkaligas are about 18% of the State Voters.
The Vokkaligas traditionally vote against the BJP.
The BJP is wooing the Vokkaligas to increase its wins in South Karnataka.
The BJP inducted Easwarappa an OBC Kurba (Shepherd) Leader as the Deputy Chief Minister.
The Kurubas Constitute 7% of the State Voters.
The Kurbas will now vote for the BJP.
CORRUPT IMAGE ERASED
The new Government led by Jagadish Shettar has accommodated all the Castes to create the huge basket of votes for the BJP.
The Government Image which was battered by sustained campaign of Corruption, has now been repaired.
FARMERS’ VOTES WAVE
The Shettar Government has written off all the Loans taken by Farmers from all Sources.
The Farmers will now, irrespective of Caste, vote in a wave for the BJP.
The BJP Government has ensured complete social harmony in the aftermath of the Assam Violence.
The Secular Hindus too are applauding the BJP Government, for its Competence, inspite of stupid provocation by ridiculously communal Statements by the State Congress President and AICC General Secretaries.
NONE TO WRESTLE YEDDYURAPPA
B.S.Yeddyurappa is responsible, for bringing the BJP in to the Government.
Yeddyurappa increased the BJP Votes from below 10% to above 45%.
Yeddyurappa is the Mass Leader respected by all the BJP Votersand the entire BJP Organisation.
Yeddyurappa will lead the BJP Campaign by touring almost all the 224 Assembly Constituencies.
Yeddyurappa’s Electoral Stature is so powerful, that he does NOT need any formal Position to attract Voters.
The BJP National Leadership will designate the entire responsibility of planning and executing the Electioneering to Yeddyurappa.
175 CANDIDATES FINALISED
The BJP has already informally communicated to Party Activists in 175 of the 224 Assembly Constituencies, that they are the Party Candidates. These 175 Candidates are already in full campaigning gear in their Constituencies.
The BJP has allotted 5 Crores for Campaign Expenses for Each Assembly Constituency.
The BJP is in complete readiness for the Assembly Elections.
B.S.Yeddyurappa accompanied by Senior Leaders, is beginning the Statewide Tour of Karnataka, visiting all the Drought Affected Constituencies, from 21 August 2012.
The BJP Campaign Juggernaut is about to outrace all the Competitors in the Assembly Elections.
The Main Opponent is the Indian National Congress.
The Congress Party is perceived as the Repellant of Voters and NOT as the Repellant of the Corrupt.
The Congress Party’s Rotten Image, is turning away the voters to the BJP.
Two Former Congress Party Chief Ministers S.M.Krishna and Dharam Singh are perceived to be the Most Corrupt Chief Ministers in Karnataka History.
The Congress Party looks ridiculous, by NOT dropping the rottenly corrupt S.M.Krishna from the Union Cabinet, even though he is in Litigation, for DeNotifying and allotting 6000 Acres of Government owned Forest Land for Illegal Mining.
S.M.Krishna’s Family company Coffee Day was created by Loot acquired from the Karnataka Government. Coffee Day Financial Deals if investigated will reveal thousands of crores of corruption and Money Laundering.
Yet the Congress Party continues to Blacken its Face with the S.M.Krishna Taint.
VOKKALIGA CHALLENGER TO BJP
The Congress Party has NOT announced a Clean, Credible, Competent Chief Minister Candidate, to assure the Voters of providing an Efficient and Honest Government.
The Failure to Project the Clean Vokkaliga Leader capable of mobilising the Indira Voters and the New Voters, is completely weakening the Congress Party effort to defeat the BJP.
CONFIDENCE & WISDOM
The above Rationale has titillated the BJP National Leadership to assume that, the holding of the Karnataka Assembly Elections, Now Itself will be advantageous.
The BJP Confidence emanates from the Fact that, the BJP is Ready and the Congress Party is NOT At All Ready for December 2012 Assembly Elections. The Congress Party needs Six Months Time, to Get Battle Ready.
The BJP Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar has convened the Meeting at 12 NOON, Today at Bengaluru, to decide on the Early Timing of the Assembly Elections, as suggested by the BJP National Leadership.
The Entire BJP Leadership from the Districts and the State will discuss the Strategy of the Timing of the Assembly Elections.
IF Elections are held in December 2012 the BJP will easily win more than 120 Assembly Seats in the 224 MLAs Karnataka Assembly.
The BJP will decide during this Week on the wisdom of holding early Elections in December 2012.