New Delhi,05/06/19:It refers to BSP having decided to go alone without alliance with SP in forthcoming by-polls for 11 seats in UP state legislative-assembly, blaming SP supporters not voting for BSP in recently held Lok Sabha elections contested jointly by BSP and SP.
Likewise JD(U) in Bihar is showing signs of discomfort with BJP alliance when JD(U) declined to accept offered one ministerial post in Union Cabinet followed by expansion of Bihar cabinet without any further addition of BJP quota in state-ministry. Already alliance-government in Karnatak is on ventilator while uncertainity hangs on governments of MP, Rajasthan and Chhatisgarh.
Alliance-politics is a politics of opportunism where there are some politicians notorious for always joining the side of ruling alliance. With BJP having a very comfortable majority of 303 of its own in Lok Sabha and post-poll breaking up of BSP-SP alliance further bettering its ideology and prospects, massive and consolidated poll-reforms should be done on priority where provision may also the there to do away with politics of opportunism and alliances paving way for ideal two-party system in present democratic form of governance.