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No management disaster in Karnataka, says JP Nadda; Lingayat seers prolong help to Yediyurappa amid rumours of potential exit

The 78-year-old Lingayat strongman mentioned this night that he was but to obtain the ‘message’ from the get together’s Central management on whether or not he ought to proceed in his publish or stop

Amid heightened hypothesis over his political future, Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa Sunday mentioned {that a} determination on whether or not he’ll proceed in workplace will probably be recognized by Monday, however asserted that he would proceed to work for the BJP for the subsequent 10-15 years.

The 78-year-old Lingayat strongman mentioned this night that he was but to obtain the “message” from the get together’s Central management on whether or not he ought to proceed in his publish or stop.

Decision on management change by tomorrow: Yediyurappa

“Nothing has come till now. In the morning there is a programme to mark two years of government. I will speak about the achievements in those two years. After that, you will know the progress,” mentioned Yediyurappa.

He expressed confidence that the communication might come by tonight or be recognized on Monday morning.

“I believe the information will come tonight or tomorrow morning,” mentioned Yediyurappa.

Yediyurappa mentioned he had provided to resign two months in the past and reiterated that he would he would proceed within the publish if the excessive command so desired and stop in the event that they requested him to resign and go about doing get together work.

“I will work for the party day and night for the next 10-15 years. Let there be no doubt about it”, he mentioned.

He mentioned he’ll communicate on the achievements of his authorities at a operate, as deliberate earlier, on Monday.

On what he would do if the “message” doesn’t come from the excessive command, Yediyurappa mentioned “I will take a decision then”.

Earlier, talking to reporters on the district headquarters city of Belagavi, he mentioned he would abide by the choice of the excessive command, that he was “content and satisfied” and wouldn’t cross the disciplinary line.

“I got most of the positions in the party, which no one else might have got in Karnataka, for which I express my gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and party president JP Nadda”, Yediyurappa mentioned.

He mentioned he has the “lone target” of toiling for the subsequent two years and bringing the BJP again to energy in Karnataka, the place Assembly elections are due in 2023.

No management disaster in Karnataka, says JP Nadda

Amid swirling rumours of a change of guard in Karnataka, BJP president JP Nadda on Sunday denied experiences of a management disaster and lauded the work accomplished by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa.

“Yediyurappa has done good work. Karnataka is doing well. Yediyurappa is taking care of the things in his own way,” he mentioned.

When requested if there’s a management disaster within the southern state, Nadda mentioned, “That is what you feel. We don’t feel so.”

Nadda’s remarks assume significance as they got here hours after the 78-year-old Lingayat strongman mentioned he’ll take an applicable determination as soon as he receives instructions from the BJP excessive command by this night, relating to his continuation within the publish.

Expect determination by night, says Yediyurappa on potential exit

“By evening once it comes, you will also get to know about it, once it comes I will take an appropriate decision,” Yediyurappa had mentioned in Belagavi in response to a query whether or not the instructions from the get together excessive command in Delhi have been anticipated on Sunday.

Questioned about the opportunity of a Dalit chief minister changing him, Yediyurappa mentioned, “I’m not the one to decide about it, it is for the high command to decide. Let’s first see what decision they will take today.”

Indicating that Monday is perhaps his final day in workplace, Yediyurappa had lately mentioned that primarily based on the directions that the central leaders will give him on 25 July, he’ll get on with “his work” from the subsequent day.

Veerashaiva-Lingayat seers prolong help to Yediyurappa

Over 500 Veerashaiva-Lingayat seers from completely different elements of Karnataka on Sunday demanded that Yediyurappa ought to be allowed to proceed in workplace.

On a name given by Balehosur Math seer Dingaleshwara Swami, Rudramuni Swami of Tiptur and Basavakumar Swami of Chitradurga, the seers organised a conclave on the Palace Grounds and handed a decision in favour of Yediyurappa.

Speaking on the event, Dingaleshwar Swami mentioned it was not correct to take away the chief minister.

“It is not proper to remove Yediyurappa. We have congregated here to boost the morale of the chief minister. We are neither in favour or opposed to anyone. Our sole objective is to see that the Chief Minister, who is doing a good work, should be allowed to continue,” he added.

A seer attending the occasion mentioned the politicians deliver reforms within the administration whereas the seers position is to deliver reforms in society in addition to the people.

However, when a politician is doing a great job, he shouldn’t be eliminated, he mentioned, including that it’s the duty of the pontiffs to pressurise the get together management to heed to them, he added.

With inputs from PTI

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