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BS Yediyurappa: Will abide by high command directions | India News


BENGALURU: Amid discuss of management change in Karnataka, chief minister B S Yediyurappa mentioned on Thursday that the BJP high command will give a route on July 25 and he would abide by it.
Breaking his silence for the primary time amid heightened buzz that his exit was on the playing cards, Yediyurappa mentioned: “Based on the instructions that the central leaders will give me on July 25, I will begin my work from July 26. We have a special programme on July 26 regarding 2 years of our government, after attending that programme, I will abide by the instructions from the national president.”
Yediyurappa’s authorities will full two years in workplace on July 26.
Speaking to reporters in Bengaluru, he mentioned his intention is to strengthen the celebration within the days to return and produce it again to energy.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah (home minister) and our national President J P Nadda have a special love and faith towards me. You are aware that no position has been given to those who have crossed 75 years of age, but appreciating my work they have given me an opportunity despite me crossing 78 years,” Yediyurappa mentioned.
Yediyurappa had visited Delhi final week, and had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, dwelling minister Amit Shah, defence minister Rajnath Singh and BJP president JP Nadda.
BSY calls off legislature celebration meet on July 26
Ever since he returned from Delhi after a two-day go to to fulfill celebration leaders final week, hypothesis is rife that Yediyurappa would possibly step down from the CM’s put up by this month-end. This gained extra traction with the surfacing of an audio clip three days in the past allegedly that includes celebration state president Nalin Kumar Kateel that hinted at an imminent change of guard within the state.
Giving extra gas to the will-he-won’t-he hypothesis, CM BS Yediyurappa on Wednesday known as off the BJP legislature celebration assembly scheduled for July 26 — the day that marks two years in workplace — and postponed lunch and dinner deliberate for his secretariat workers and MLAs on its eve.
MLA V Sunil Kumar, who’s the celebration whip within the meeting, attributed cancellation of occasions to “unforeseen developments” and added that he had been requested to tell legislators that the July 25 dinner has been postponed.
(With inputs from companies)

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