Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa, who is scheduled to meet BJP central leadership following summon sent to him in the face of a revolt against him, has expressed hope that the ongoing impasse will come to an end soon.
“All the confusion that has arisen now will come to an end soon,” he told reporters in Bangalore.
Shortly after he left for Hubli en route to Delhi for parleys with the party top brass over the turmoil in the BJP’s first-ever government in the south.
Needless to mention, despite BJP president Rajnath Singh’s assertion that Yeddyurappa will continue as chief minister, the rebels headed by mining magnates Tourism minister Janardhana Reddy and his brother and Revenue minister Karunakara Reddy were adamant on his removal.
Ignoring BJP President Rajnath Singh’s assertion that Yeddyurappa would remain the Chief Minister, the rebels led by mining magnets Tourism Minister Janardhana Reddy and his brother and Revenue Minister Karunakara Reddy were adamant on his removal.
“I will be meeting Janardhana Reddy and Karunakara Reddy in Delhi at the residence of senior leader Sushama Swaraj tomorrow,” Yeddyurappa said.