Source: The New Indian Express
Kudachi,who arrived from Bangalore this morning told The New Indian Express, that he would take a final decision after consulting the party workers, in a day or two. He also told that Janata Dal (Secular), Bahujan Samaj Party and his former party Janata Dal (United) have contacted him and have assured him ticket from Belgaum North segment.
He said that he rejected the offer of Congress, which had asked him to contest from Belgaum South as only a 20 per cent area of his old segment was included in South segment after delimitation. ‘I had asked the party to retain me in Belgaum North, as 80 per cent area of my old segment remains in the North constituency,’.
He, will now contest from other party. I want to ask all these candidates” Do they have any ethics in place? or is that its all for the people, not for themselves.”
This is seen in all parties these days. You dont get a ticket from one party leave that join another get a ticket, next time they dont give you so you go back to the first party you left. Wow this is opportunism and nothing else. If you are so sure that you can win the election stand as an independent without any political party support and win. People will definitely vote for a person who is good.
Kya hoga is Desh ka.