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Eshwarappa hits back at Siddaramaiah for his comments on Yediyurappa’s son


Team Udayavani, Jun 4, 2020, 8:39 PM IST

Vijeyendra is not involved in  state matters. Instead he is actively involved in party and organisation activities and Siddaramaih is jealous of that, said, Senior BJP leader, Eshwarappa.

Earlier, Siddaramaiah had said that a few legislators had shared their discontent saying,  Vijayendra is working as unconstitutional chief minister and Yediyurappa is CM only for name sake.

Speaking on the issue Eshwarappa said, “When Siddaramaiah was the Chief minister for 5 years, entire state has witnessed his love for his son Yatindra. But, now when Yediyurappa is in power, he is pointing fingers at his son Vijeyandra which is not right”

“It is true that there are some issues and difference among the party leaders. But, it will be resolved soon” he added

He also said, “Siddaramaiah is daydreaming that BJP MLAs will support him and destabilise the BJP government, which is never going to happen”

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