It is also being made out that the walking in & out of such an arrangement of coalition by parties who identify themselves with the panacea of 'Secularism' now and then, being unable to pull together and yet supporting such a coalition either from inside or from outside.
In Juxtaposition to the said pattern of coalition, the political party which is branded as communal outfit and non-secular , which makes 'Hindutva' the chore of its political ideology, constitutes the other segment and which believes that as a cohesive unit it can offer a better alternative of governance and that a notch potch arrangements of a coalition with hate for 80% of populations religious beliefs can not ensure good governance much less stability.
In between , the Regional parties, some of whom, infact do not subscribe to any ideology as such, except Regionalism, have also come to occupy a prominent place in the political scenario .
It is also sought to be projected that the people of this country have deliberately given the mandate for a coalition keeping in view the heterogeneous state of things. At the outset there appears to be inherent contradiction if not a fallacy in the entire argument . There is a deliberate attempt by the vested interests to wean away the people from a definitive attitude by distorting the perspective.