CM of Karnataka Bookanakere Siddalingappa Yediyurappa today morning excused reports about his resignation from the position, saying that not a sentence was talked about on the issue with Bhartiya Janata Party leaders during his New Delhi visit. Talking with President of Bharatiya Janata Party Jagat Prakash Nadda, when gotten some information about reports in a part of the media that he had offered his resignation during his discussion with PM Modi on July 16, he stated that “Actually no, not in any manner, There is no truth in the bits of news.”
He proceeded to say that he had no motivation to cover up if he had resigned and not a solitary word was talked on the issue by him or BJP leaders. After the BJP Chief J.P. Nadda, B.S. Yediyurappa stated that he had been approached to give his everything to strengthen the BJP party in front of the assembly elections in 2023. He added that he would be getting back to New Delhi to talk about different state issues ahead of schedule one month from now.
Following the conference, Mr Yediyurappa’s administration stated that “During the meeting, the Chief Minister mentioned that the major lift irrigation scheme ‘Upper Bhadra project’ be announced a national project and furthermore looked for monetary financial of 6,000 crore rupees for the Bengaluru’s Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) project. The Mekedatu project and setting up an American Consulate were additionally discussed”.
A nearby partner of B.S Yediyurappa, who had gone with him to New Delhi, likewise denied the reports. Rehashed comments by some disappointed leaders inside the state Bhartiya Janata Party, focusing on him and his family with allegations of fraud and obstruction in the cabinet, have not subsided, notwithstanding warnings by Karnataka in-charge Arun Singh, humiliating the BJP and the Govt.
There is a hypothesis that B.S Yediyurappa may talk about the chance of a cabinet rearrange with the BJP leaders, dropping some who have been thistle close by. After his talking with Prime Minister Modi, he had stated on July 16 that, “I will advise you if there is any such conversation with senior leaders over the rebuilding or extension of the cabinet.”