Yeddyurappa and I are united says Eshwarappa


Team Udayavani, May 9, 2017, 5:45 PM IST

Bellari: Opposition party leader, K S Eshwarappa on Monday asserted that he and Yeddyurappa were united and asked the media not to create any confusion regarding this.

“Yeddyurappa and I are not like India and Pakistan,” the former deputy chief minister said. Eshwarappa claimed he and Yeddyurappa were together at the state executive meeting of the party held in Mysuru on Saturday and Sunday.

Eshwarappa, however, said the activities of the Sangolli Rayanna Brigade would continue. He said Rs 900 crore out of the funds released by the Centre to the state for drought relief was yet to be spent. 

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