BJP Central Leaders Asked Me To Continue In CM Post: Yediyurappa


Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Saturday stated BJP central leaders have requested him to proceed in his put up and there was no dialogue on management change.

 “The central leaders have asked me to continue as Chief Minister and strengthen the party. It is our duty to follow their instructions from time to time.There is no question of leadership change,” the 79-year-old BJP veteran stated.

The Chief Minister was talking to reporters on his return from Delhi, the place he had referred to as on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP president J P Nadda throughout his two-day go to, amid continued bickering amongst a bit of BJP MLAs within the state who’ve been in search of his ouster.

He held discussions with central leaders on points starting from politics to the Mekedatu balancing reservoir throughout Cauvery river, which is a bone of competition between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

Earlier within the day, Yediyurappa had dismissed information experiences about his resignation as chief minister as “not at all true”.

Back in Bengaluru, Yediyurappa denied having any dialogue on various management however emphasised that there was no dearth of “substitute” leaders within the BJP.

  However, he maintained that the celebration has given him the cost and he’ll work to strengthen the celebration by taking everybody alongside.

  Speaking about his assembly with Modi, Yediyurappa stated in his half-an-hour assembly, he had a dialogue on points starting from state to nationwide stage politics.

  He stated throughout his interplay with Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and Nadda he mentioned the political scenario in Karnataka and the works to be finished in future.

  “In a way, this was a very successful meeting.They have only one expectation from us, which is winning the assembly election with a majority, winning maximum members of Parliament and special emphasis on strengthening the organisation,” Yediyurappa stated.

  Assembly elections are due in Karnataka in 2023.

  He stated he has assured them that within the coming days he’ll make honest efforts to reside as much as the expectations of the celebration excessive command to additional strengthen the celebration base within the state.

  To a query on some leaders complaining towards him with the celebration leaders, the Chief Minister stated he didn’t focus on it.

  “You know well who all spoke ill against me.I am not bothered about them.Our Central leaders too did not ask about it,” Yediyurappa stated.

The Chief Minister stated he has convened a legislative celebration assembly on July 26 when he could be finishing his two years in workplace the place he’ll focus on strengthening the celebration base.    

Yediyurappa”s remark that he has been requested to proceed as Chief Minister additionally made it obvious {that a} stress group has not given up its efforts to get him dislodged regardless of the celebration asserting even lately that he would proceed in his put up.      

Arun Singh, celebration common secretary and Karnataka incharge, had stated a month in the past that Yediyurappa would full the remainder of his time period as Chief Minister and termed the problem of management change ”imaginary”.        

Prominent amongst those that have been vocal towards Yediyurappa”s continuation as Chief Minister are Vijayapura City MLA Basanagouda Patil Yatnal and MLC A H Vishwanath who leveled corruption expenses towards Yediyurappa”s son and BJP state vice chairman B Y Vijayendra and alleged his interference within the administration.      

Others who’ve additionally reportedly raised a pitch towards Yediyurappa are state Tourism Minister C P Yogeeshwar and BJP MLA Arvind Bellad.        

Yediyurappa”s journey to Delhi passed off a month after Arun Singh”s Bengaluru go to within the wake of Yediyurappa detractors persevering with to focus on him.

(PTI)




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