Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa right this moment for the second time in two days shut down the resignation rumours swirling round him, declaring “there’s no truth in it”.
“There is no truth in it…I will come back to Delhi in the first week of next month,” stated the 78-year-old Chief Minister.
Mr Yediyurappa stated he’s looking for cooperation on the Mekedatu challenge and can meet Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and JP Nadda in the course of the day.
Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have been in battle over a deliberate irrigation challenge by Karnataka within the Cauvery river at Mekedatu.
Mr Yediyurappa, who flew into Delhi on a particular flight along with his son Vijayendra, had yesterday laughed off recommendations of management change within the state and had tossed the query again to reporters with an inviting bait: “I don’t know of any rumour about leadership change. You tell me.” The feedback got here after his assembly with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Notes of discord within the Karnataka BJP have been rising for months with a number of leaders overtly difficult the Chief Minister and dealing with little admonishment from the highest management.
A strong Lingayat chief, Mr Yediyurappa has been downplaying the dissent towards him. One or two folks saying one thing in media is creating misunderstanding, stated the veteran chief final month, assuring it’s not new and has been occurring because the starting.