I joined BJP, became CM only because of BSY: Bommai


Team Udayavani, Oct 22, 2021, 4:42 PM IST

Haveri: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Friday said that he joined BJP and became Chief Minister of Karnataka only because of Former Chief Minister BS Yeddiyurappa.

Bommai said, ” Yediyurappa is our leader. He visited the constituency several times and farmers interest was never compromised during his reign. BSY’s and C M Udasi’s developmental thinking serves as an inspiration to young people. When Congress stopped the water supply and levied the water tax, C M Udasi fought against it and stood with the farmers. We need to honour their developmental works.”

He further said,” BS Yediyurappa introduced many schemes such as Bhagyalaksmi schemes, bicycle schemes. Bhagyalakshmi schemes were introduced at a time when a girl child was considered a curse. Schemes introduced by Congress never reached the beneficiaries which is why they were sent home by the voters. This constituency has seen developments only because of BS Yediyurappa and CM Udasi. ”

“This time when BS Yediyurappa became the Chief Minister, he launched of Balambida – Hirekounshi projects. He also launched Honkanna and Tilavalli projects. All these projects will be completed by the end of December. Arecanut is being grown in an area of 2500 hectares. We are planning to grow them in an area of 5000 hectares in the coming days,” he added.

“People don’t vote for money, they vote for developments. The opposition is making these kinds of statements because they are scared of losing in the next elections,” he opined.

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