HomeCURRENT AFFAIRSPOLITICSKarnataka: After giving resignation Yediyuruppa says I have always gone through ordeal

Karnataka: After giving resignation Yediyuruppa says I have always gone through ordeal

There has been a stir in the politics of Karnataka once again. On Monday Yediyurappa resigned from the post of Chief Minister of Karnataka. This resignation has happened, when the BJP government of Karnataka has completed two years today, in such a situation, now everyone’s eyes are on who now BJP hands over the command of the state.

B S Yediyurappa met the Governor on Monday afternoon and submitted his resignation. After resigning B.S. Yediyurappa said that there is no pressure from the high command on him, I myself resigned. I have not suggested any name, I will work to strengthen the party.

Announcing his resignation, B.S. Yediyurappa said that he has a lot to do for the people of Karnataka. We all should work hard. Emotionally Yediyurappa said that he has always gone through the ordeal. Celebrating the completion of two years of BJP government in Karnataka on Monday, B.S. Yediyurappa was also participating in different programs since morning.

BS. After the announcement of Yeddyurappa’s resignation, the stir in Delhi has also intensified. BJP President JP Nadda has discussed with Karnataka in-charge Arun Singh. It is believed that the name of the observer can be announced soon, after which the CM will be chosen. Also, BJP President JP Nadda met Home Minister Amit Shah and discussed the situation.

There was a lot of speculation about the politics of Karnataka for a long time. Recently B.S. Yediyurappa came to New Delhi and met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President JP Nadda. Then it was being said that now Yeddyurappa can leave his post.

Ever since B.S. The speculation about Yediyurappa’s resignation had intensified, since then the Lingayat community’s B.S. The meeting with Yediyurappa was on. In such a situation, these meetings were being seen as a message being given to the central leadership. However, later B.S. Yediyurappa had made it clear that he would resign if the central leadership decided.

After the 2018 assembly elections, the Congress-JDS government was formed in the state, but this government could last only one year and later the BJP replaced the B.S. Yeddyurappa had formed his own government.

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