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November 19, 2007 11:08 IST

The Janata Dal Secular is back to playing games in Karnataka. Watching the developments closely, it becomes clear that the JDS is not interested in making things easy for the Bharatiya Janata Party.

When B S Yeddyurappa was sworn in as chief minister of the state, it seemed as though the differences had been sort out and the people will have a government at last. However, differences have cropped up yet again with the JDS imposing several conditions on the BJP.

Not only does the JDS want the BJP to adhere to the conditions, but also wants it to sign on a stamp paper in which the conditions are listed. Besides this, the JDS also wants a written assurance from the BJP on its letter head stating that it would abide by all the conditions.

Apart from the signing of the document, there are various other factors that have irked the JDS.

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