the retirement plans canceled along with accident of marginalized, former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on On Wednesday he thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP leadership for for him new waiver and pledge help The party Back to power in next year state elections.
“I thank the Central Committee for Get me into Parliament. All senior leaders of This BJP gave me this big the responsibility. I did not expect any position. After submitting my resignation to Chief MinisterI just had one Resolution – to bring in the BJP back to me power Along with Other leaders,” he said in news conspiracy in Bengaluru.
“101 percent we will be back in power in next elections. will try to set up Bharatiya Janata in the rest of South India. Everything will go away over India as expected by Prime Minister Modi.”
According to Mr. Yediyurappa officeBJP strongman statesman spoke to Prime Minister Modi over The phone thanks him and the Prime Minister, in In turn, he said it was his service required to strengthen party and bring it to power Not only in Karnataka but everything of South India.
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Insert Mr. Yediyurappa in BJP highest decision-industry body of The partydescribed as a political comeback of Kind of, it’s seen as an attempt by party to send out Message that he is still respected veteran leader.
This seems to show that the BJP is keen to take advantage of it experience and guidance, amid allegations by some sections, especially the opposition Congress, on the marginalization of the future strongman Lingate. of state elections next year.
The move will also help ensure who – which senior BJP leader BL Santosh, Mr Yediyurappa bete noire, does not get a free hand in issues related to them home condition.
The move by party Driving gains up more Significance, as it comes after Mr. Yediyurappa’s reference to the end recently of for him innings in electoral politics By saying that he will vacate his seat in the House of Representatives in Shikaripura for for him son by Vijayendra.
distance announcement About Retirement From Election Politics Federal Minister of Interior Amit Shah met Mr Yediyurappa earlier this month during his state visit, is said to have had discussions about his country future.
The BJP leadership insiders said wanted to me ensure That Mr. Yediyurappa does not feel marginalized, because he fears negative effects for The party in The election, in The event of The veteran Leader chooses for remain Inactive.
He. She also Gives Mr. Yediyurappa an edge as he looks to secure the politician future of the youngest son Vijayendra, his apparent political heir. elderly son BY Raghavendra is a member of Parliament of Shivamoja.
“It is definitely a height for Yediyurappa, when everyone was expecting the end of for him politics. The party surely realizes him need strength and wants to take advantage of it. Leadership want to keep in good books and reap as much as you can in favor of A BJP official said during the assembly elections, news PTI Agency.
By anticipating that Mr Yediyurappa had been sidelined by the BJP, the Congress had planned attract The votes of Lingayats, dominant community who is strong vote Base of The party in the state, in The BJP leader said in their favour.
“Now, by introducing Yediyurappa to the top decision- making bodies of The party has been completely deceived now.”
anyway Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is also Lingayat, the influence carried by Mr. Yediyurappa over The community One of the leaders said he couldn’t be ignored, adding, “He’s still the longest-running leader not only from communityBut he also A mass leader.
in a big shake-upBharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday brought down Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan from Parliament boardthe highest organizational body they brought in six new Members, including Mr. Yediyurappa and Iqbal Singh Lalpura, first Sikh representative.