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Not a real victory for UDF

The wafer thin victory of the Congress-led UDF in Kerala is a step towards its disintegration. The victory will result in pressure politics by it allies once the front assumes power.

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Posted By: Gopal Krishna Bhalotia. On:27/05/2011
The Congress will have to swallow its pride and tolerate the tantrums of the junior partners in the coalition if they want to rule for the next five years. After that the L D F will automatically come back in the next elections...!!!!
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Posted By: C KAMESWARA RAO On:14/05/2011
The Hon.PrimeMinister has pointed out that in coliation governament, coliation dhrma will be there. as such he could not do any thing Mr.Raja inspite of allegations. the same thing will follow in kerala now.the pressure politics will continue, and the undeserved candidates will be ministers to spoil the state and the national party image.
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Posted By: U R Right On:14/05/2011
It is very tricky for the UDF if not absolute disaster. INC lost more than half of the seats that it contested where as IUML won 20 out of the 24 it contested. This will naturally make the IUML claim its share of the booty as a matter of fact weakening the control of the INC further. To add insult to that injury, the Kerala Congress if not appeased enough may opt out of the alliance and join the LDF seeking chief minister-ship for Mr K M Mani. He has a fig-leaf of rationality to hide behind, the fact that the CPM is the largest single party with 47 seats against the 38 of the INC. That would make a change of government without an election. Interesting possibilities to unfold over time.
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Posted By: Rajesh M, Payyanur, Kerala On:14/05/2011
CPM won the contest, but LDF failed to resume the regime because of a narrow marginal defeat.
Its a failure of INC in Kerala and a narrow victory of UDF, UDF comprises non Congress parties.
Eventually it is a victory of VS Achuthanadan and defeat of Ooommen Chandy & Ramesh Chennithala & Sonai and her son Rahul.
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Posted By: ST On:14/05/2011
Yes UDF will face major hurdles. It is good for LDF but problem is interim elections not good for economy.
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Posted By: Pradeep Deo On:13/05/2011
The Congress will have to swallow its pride and tolerate the tantrums of the junior partners in the coalition if they want to rule for the next five years. After that the L D F will automatically come back in the next elections...!!!!
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