- Karnataka Chief Minister B. s. Yediyurappa breaks silence
- ‘If the order comes from Delhi, I will leave the chief minister’s chair’
- CM said- the option of leadership is present everywhere in the party
Karnataka Chief Minister B. s. Yediyurappa has broken his silence for the first time on the discussion of leadership change that has been going on in the state for a long time. The CM said on Sunday that he does not feel that there is no leadership option within the BJP in the state. He also said that the day the order comes from the party’s central leadership, he will step down.
CM Yediyurappa, while answering the question of the danger looming in his chair, said, ‘As long as the confidence of the Delhi High Command is intact, I will continue as the Chief Minister. The day the order will come from there, I will resign and fully engage in the welfare of the state. My position is very clear. I have got an opportunity, which I am making full use of from my side. Everything else depends on the central leadership.
He said, ‘Karnataka BJP will lack any option other than me, I do not believe that. There are options in every state of the country. As long as the confidence of the BJP central leadership remains intact, I will continue to serve as the Chief Minister. Although the CM asked Minister C.P. There was no reaction on the statements of Yogeshwar and some MLAs.
Son had met Nadda
Such a clear and strong statement from the 78-year-old Yeddyurappa of Karnataka’s stalwart has come at a time when his son and BJP state vice-president B. why. Two days ago, Vijayendra, BJP national president J. P. Nadda has met. At the same time, BJP’s national general secretary CT Ravi has also supported Yeddyurappa.
CM B.S. Yeddyurappa (file photo)