Congress Karnataka president DK Shivakumar on Friday stated Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa’s self-certification about finishing his tenure was a sign concerning the “danger” that’s worrying him.
“What was the need for a Chief Minister to say that he will remain in the post for remaining two-and-half years? Did any of us question? Let him be there for two years or one year…,” Mr Shivakumar stated.
Speaking to reporters, he stated possibly some fear is troubling him and that is the explanation why the Chief Minister is making such statements.
“His (Mr Yediyurappa’s) own MLAs (from (BJP) are saying that a new leader will come after January 15. If a time has come for the Chief Minister to give certification to himself, it is then evident that somewhere something was dangerous,” he added.
The KPCC President was responding to a query on Mr Yediyurappa’s assertion that he would full his time period.
There has been intense hypothesis in some quarters that the BJP excessive command is mulling management change in Karnataka within the days to come back contemplating Mr Yediyurappa’s age (77), which the get together has dismissed.
Stating that he was happy with the Congress’ efficiency within the Gram Panchayat polls, Mr Shivakumar claimed the get together and employees regardless of stress, additionally misuse of cash and energy from the ruling get together, labored effectively and obtained a “good result”.
“Despite being in opposition we have got good numbers,” he stated, including that from January 5 to 18 he will probably be touring throughout the state and 2021 would be the “Year of organisation” and “Year of Struggle” for Congressmen.
Hitting out on the authorities for its “failure” in containing the UK variant of coronavirus, Mr Shivakumar wished to know what was the issue in checking travellers on the airport itself.
“It is basic common sense. This shows how much the administration has failed,” he stated as he blamed the Central and the state governments for the unfold of the virus alleging they failed in implementing management measures within the early phases.