- Yeddyurappa may be the Chief Minister for the fourth time, but the BJP is not showing a rift in the announcement
- BJP leaders who arrived in Delhi said, discussing the central leadership, will set out the formation of government
- Kumaraswamy was unable to prove majority on July 23, in 14 months Congress-JDS government fell
new Delhi. The exercise of making the government in Karnataka has accelerated. On Thursday, the delegation of BJP senior leaders reached Delhi. These leaders will discuss the formation of government with Amit Shah and BJP executive president JP Nadda today. Earlier on July 23, the Congress-JDS coalition government could not prove a majority. Then, in favor of Chief Minister Kumaraswamy’s confidence vote, 99 votes and 105 votes were opposed. Now BS Yeddyurappa can become Chief Minister of Karnataka for the fourth time. However, the party is not showing any haste about the announcement of his name.
The delegation includes former Chief Minister Jagdish Shettar, Bustaraj Bomai, Arvind Limbavali and other leaders. Limbawali told the media on the airport that you have seen the condition of Karnataka. We have to discuss with our national representatives for this to be a new government. The decisions will be taken further by their advice. The party is not in any kind of rush. Yeddyurappa has also said that he is waiting for the direction of the central leadership. On Wednesday, he reached the Sangh office of Bengaluru and blessed the senior RSS leaders.
Are the delayed decisions about the rebels’ resignation? The delegation was asked whether the BJP is waiting for the decision on the resignation of 15 rebel legislators. Therefore, the formation of the government is delayed? Limbawali said that it is not an issue anymore, it can be ahead. We will present a claim to form the government, there is no scope in it. But there may be some delay in seniority from the senior leaders. 15 MLAs of Congress-JDS resigned in Mumbai According to sources, even after the formation of a new government, they will return to Bengaluru.