Lok Satta candidates are doing very well in Karnataka with almost NO resources. With a bit more NATIONAL LEVEL strategic work, new parties have a serious chance of winning a good number of seats.
This is also a clear indication that Modi (BJP) on its own CAN'T form national government. The country doesn't like BJP one bit, because it is seen (and rightly so) to be equally corrupt as Congress. Modi is perceived to be somewhat clean, but not BJP. BJP hangs like an albatross around Modi's neck.
BJP and Lok Satta combined (seat sharing) could have (slightly) changed the situation in Karnataka (although I'd wonder why anyone would want to indulge in seat sharing with Karnataka's BJP!).
Essentially the country is now ready for a new MAJOR NATIONAL party.
That's what Sone Ki Chidiya Party aims to do. But it must be led by eminent national leaders/people. It can't be just one more flimsy party.
If it does things the right way then it can make WAVES across India.
I believe that if this new national party is based on good principles, then Lok Satta could agree to merge, as well - in the national interest.
But this party must be a PROVEN winner. It must attract almost all the best leaders of India. We can't have a flimsy party.
SKC Party must be HUGE. And all good people must merge into it.
At present the plan is to create it in standby mode. Then, if India is really ready for change, it will become active.
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