July 26 marks 2 years since taking office, Karnataka Chief Minister will accept JP Natta’s decision Edyurappa has told.
The ruling BJP has been speaking out against Eduyurappa, who has been Karnataka chief minister for the past two years. Karnataka Tourism Minister CP Yogeshwar, BJP MLAs Pasanaguda Ethanol and Arvind Bellat have publicly criticized Eduyurappa in the media and on public platforms.
They also sent signatures to BJP MLAs demanding the removal of the Chief Minister as Eduyurappa is 78 years old. Thus BJP supremo Arun Singh appeased the dissidents in Bangalore last month.
Eduyurappa recently rushed to Delhi with his son Vijayendra. He met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Then Edyurappa Apparently he said he was ready to resign. But his supporters have descended into struggles. Them Edyurappa He is making peace.
He reiterated that he would act on the decision of the party leadership after 2 years. Eduyurappa said:
July 26 marks the completion of 2 years since my Government took office in Karnataka. Find out what happens after that J.P. Natta Will decide. I will follow it.
My task is to bring the BJP back to power. There is no change in this. All the party volunteers and abbots should cooperate with me.
Thus he said.