BS Yediyurappa

No one can stop BJP from coming to power in Karnataka, says B.S. Yediyurappa
Speaking at the Special Executive Committee meeting at Bengaluru, Yediyurappa maintained that the budget presented by the state government and schemes and programmes of state and central governments have reached everyone's door steps. BJP is going to win 130 to 140 seats in upcoming assembly elections of Karnataka.
B.S. Yediyurappa 's visit to New Delhi keeps state leaders guessing
BJP insiders explain that party seniors will take a call before giving green signal to cabinet expansion in Karnataka after consulting B.S. Yediyurappa. The party leaders will also discuss the strategy in view of state assembly elections which will be held in another six months.
Yediyurappa now says he will abide by party diktat
"There is a lot of confusion regarding my statement given in Shikaripura on Friday. Because of the pressure from the people of Shikaripura, I made those statements. However, the final decision will be taken by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah. The decision of top party leaders is final," Yediyurappa explained.
I don't want your sympathies, Yediyurappa tells Shivakumar
Yediyurappa shot back at Shivakumar, saying that BJP has let him become Chief Minister 4 times. "I don't want sympathy from Shivakumar. Let him mind the affairs of his party (Congress)," he said. "There is no question of being sidelined in the party. I will get things done for the party without being in power. I will take up a state-wide tour and bring BJP to power again," he said. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said in Delhi: "We will have senior leader Yediyurappa's strength and guidance for the next electio
Stage set for Yediyurappa's son Vijayendra's entry into Karnataka cabinet
Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday announced that the core committee of the party has decided to reccommend the name of Vijayendra for the post of MLC. Yediyurappa proposed the name of Vijayendra in the core committee meeting. "We will send his name to the high command, which will take a call on the matter," Bommai stated. The development has triggered debates in the political circles as well as within the BJP.