Bangalore-based political scientist Sandeep Shastri in the Indian Express:
“Every passing day brings an alarming new twist to Karnataka’s politics, with the competitive exposure of corruption between various political forces…. The State is going through a political free-for-all, where there isn’t a pretence of probity.
“This means that the season of allegations and counter-allegations is likely to go on for for a while. The administration is clearly going to be obsessed with the ghosts of past misdeeds, leaving little time and energy (or motivation and inclination) for any citizen-oriented action.
“An auto-rickshaw driver succinctly summed up public mood when he said: “We are fed up of hearing which leader did what wrong. Can someone show us what they can do right”?
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