The tweet posted by Karnataka Chief Minister BS Eduyurappa at 8.30 pm today raises various questions.
He posted on his Twitter page, “I am proud to be a true supporter of the BJP. It is my greatest duty to serve the party I belong to. I urge everyone to abide by the party’s principles.
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 the BJP supremacist Arun Singh He appeased dissidents in Bangalore last month.
I am privileged to be a loyal worker of BJP. It is my utmost honor to serve the party with the highest standards of ethics & behavior. I urge everyone to act in accordance with party ethics & not indulge in protests / indiscipline that is disrespectful & embarrassing for the party.
– BS Yediyurappa (@BSYBJP) July 21, 2021
in this situation Edyurappa Recently he rushed to Delhi with his son Vijayendra. He met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and held consultations on state affairs.
When Prime Minister Modi met and talked Edyurappa Apparently he said he was ready to resign. He has said he will resign citing his health condition.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that Eduyurappa has demanded that his son Wijeyendra be given a key post in the Karnataka state BJP. However, no official announcement has been made.
In this context, the Chief Minister of Karnataka Eduyurappa was met yesterday by dignitaries from 30 major monasteries in the state.
Following this, the abbots spoke, Edyurappa They said the BJP would perish in this state if changed.
in this situation, Edyurappa A tweet posted a while ago has led to various speculations.