After 8 days of speculations, the Centre's Cabinet Committee for Political Affairs chaired by Prime Minister rejected the Karnataka Governor's recommendation to impose President's Rule in the state. And rightly so. This decision Not to disturb a duly elected government with clear cut majority, on the day when UPA was observing it's second Anniversary deserves a big applause.
It should become a moment of introspection for the political parties of Karnataka in general. Common man feels betrayed by these regular events which take the state to the brink of instability. The manner in which we,the political groups try to impose our agenda through public demonstrations is totally disliked by the people of the state. Especially the vocabulary used in our public discourse leaves the public aghast. If we do not exhibit responsibility and restraint in our utterances and programmes, the public image of conventional politician will go down still.
When all other fields are trying their best to show some or the other type of innovation why we, as a class are not thinking in that direction. It is the time to ponder seriously by all the political parties, whether in power or in opposition about the way to regain the public approval by our behavior.
This State of ours definitely deserves a better, decent, enlightened public life which can take our state's esteem higher.