The Karnataka Elections are around the corner, and all local parties like All India Mahila Party, Jai Bharath Jan Sena Party, Sampoorna Bharat Kranti Party, Rani Chenamma, and KPJP are very optimistic about winning seats this election season.
By Team CityCast
The Karnataka Elections are around the corner, and all local parties like All India Mahila Party, Jai Bharath Jan Sena Party, Sampoorna Bharat Kranti Party and Rani Chenamma are very optimistic about winning seats this election season. The All India Mahila Party is running with the notion that women are being suppressed and they need to come out and take charge. The party manifesto promises 50 per cent seat reservation for women in local constituencies.
The party’s main strategy to win elections is by providing enthusiastic women entrepreneurs interest-free loans for start-ups. The manifesto also aims to provide financial support to women up to six months post delivery. Kutubuddin Kazi, the spokesperson of the All India Mahila Party says, “Education and employment is our major focus.” They have promised free education to Below Poverty Line(BPL) families and they have incorporated free bus facility for girls studying in schools and colleges.
The Jai Bharath Jan Sena Party is another such party that is looking forward to a ‘fruitful election’. The party is headed by actor Pawan Kalyan and looks forward to winning 30-40 seats this election. The party was founded in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and will contest elections in poll-bound Karnataka this year. The spokesperson says, “We are expecting 30-40 seats this year, and our main aim is youth empowerment and the manifesto will be out tomorrow.” Another party called the Sampoorna Bharat Kranti Party is all set to conduct their first election this year. The party’s main agenda is to bring down the gap between 1 rupee and 1 dollar. Their main focus is on issues of the farmers and the lingayats of Dasarahalli. At present, they are contesting for 10 seats in Bangalore and over 90 seats in India as they recently merged with Karnataka Akhila Bharata Mahasabha.
KPJP or Karnataka Pragnyavantha Janata Party announced their entry in August 2017. The official symbol of the party is an auto-rickshaw. They also released their manifesto in January. The spokesperson says, “We will not indulge in negative politics and their main aim is to find solutions for the farmers and the lower class people.”
The Rani Chenamma party has a unique motto this election season of aiming to elect the first Chief Minister of Karnataka. They also have a tagline of ‘From your home to Vidhan Soudha’, their main aim is to give preference to the candidates of the constituencies that will support women as a CM. Similarly, like the All India Mahila Party, they have promised to provide 50 per cent reservation for women.
All local parties are thus gearing up with enthusiasm and optimism this election season to win maximum seats in poll-bound Karnataka. By the look of it and the preparation, we can say that the results of this May 12th Karnataka elections are going to be interesting.