Bedfellows make strange politics, strange demand

It takes all types to keep a democracy afloat when high constitutional matters are sought to be resolved on the roadside in a State ruled by god’s own people.

G. Janardhan Reddy, who has led more rebellions against B.S. Yediyurappa than the number of Supreme Court strictures he has received, gives a leg up to K.S. Eswarappa, the state BJP chief whose chief preoccupation is to replace his townsman on the chief minister’s gaddi, as Katta Subramanya Naidu (extreme right), who had to resign in ignominy after being exposed as a real estate agent in minister’s clothes, looks on.

Photograph: Karnataka Photo News

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2 Responses to “Bedfellows make strange politics, strange demand”

  1. badkobeku Says:

    All the 4 can give a decent burial to ‘clean politics’!

  2. Bhamy V Shenoy Says:

    Instead of spending time on these dishonest, incompetent, and corrupt political leaders, we need to find out how our society produced this type of leaders. Their leadership reflects more on our bankruptcy of values rather than their lack of values. Ours is a democracy unlike the countries in North Africa and the Middle East who also have similar leadership.

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