Prakash Raj digs at parties, urges public to wake up to ‘Circus’ in Karnataka

Bengaluru: After the political uncertainity situation in Karnataka Actor-activist Prakash Raj, who is known for his anti-BJP views, has been following the elections closely, took to twitter to warn the people to watch out for negotiations and horse-trading among the parties, all eager to form the next government.

He said that BJP approaches Governor claiming largest party. Chanakya arrives to poach. Finally we the citizens reduced to watch the match of horse trading.” “This shameless political CIRCUS…makes my resolve to be more committed …and continue to empower them to their right of #just asking whoever comes to power…meanwhile let’s see the true colours of all the jokers unfold. Happy viewing.”

By the end of the day, it was clear the Congress was going to support the third-ranking JD(S) with the latter’s HD Kumaraswamy as the Chief Minister. While this quickly stitched together alliance sought an appointment with the Governor, the BJP had its senior leaders like Prakash Javadekar, JP Nadda and Dharmendra Pradhan flew in from Delhi in damage-control mode. Both Nadda and Pradhan are reportedly going to attend the BJP legislative meet as central observers.

He also went on to ask the people to be aware of whatever happened around them and not allow politicians to take them for a ride.