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BJP leaders react on CM’s ‘Resignation’ statement


Team Udayavani, Jun 6, 2021, 4:47 PM IST

Bengaluru: Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa on Sunday said he was ready to quit office if the BJP high command wanted him to go.

He said, ” I will resign if the party high command directs me to do so. Till then, I will continue as chief minister and work for the state’s development.”

Following his announcement, several BJP leaders have reacted to  Yediyurappa’s statement.

BJP State President, Nalin Kumar Kateel said, ” This is the specialty of the Bharatiya Janata Party. CM Yediyurapa is an inspiration to many BJP workers, He said that he will agree to the high command’s decision and will resign if the party says. However, there is no misunderstanding among us. Yediyurappa is our leader. Currently, our focus is on  Covid control and infrastructure development. ”

He further said, ” I feel CM might have been hurt because of the constant criticism from the opposition. Otherwise, the party has never discussed CM change in the state.”

Minister R Ashok visited the chief minister following his statement.

Ashok said, ” Cheif  Minister Yediyurappa is working day and night to control Covid in the state. No other chief minister has worked like Yediyurappa. Despite all of this, there is constant debate regarding CM change in the state. Yeddiyurappa might have been hurt by this. We are all with him and will keep supporting him.”

Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai too reacted to the statement and said, ” CM is working hard for the betterment of the state. I spoke to him and felt that he is saddened by the recent developments. Also, the High command has lauded BS Yediyurappa for his work. There is no confusion in the party, Yeddiyurappa is our leader.”

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