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CM change debate in serious form: Series meeting of BJP leaders in Delhi;  Anxiety among state leaders!

CM change debate in serious form: Series meeting of BJP leaders in Delhi; Anxiety among state leaders!

Source: The New Indian Express

Bangalore: State political developments are taking a turn day by day, with meetings and discussions on Karnataka politics taking place in Delhi.

The tumultuous political activities taking place in the state capital, as well as the statements made by the leaders are causing anxiety among the state BJP leaders. These developments imply that great things will change in the days to come.

BJP national general secretary CT Ravi had met national leaders in New Delhi a few days back, after which CM aspirant Murugesh Nirani also left for Delhi.

Still returning from Delhi, Minister CP Yogeshwar met state leaders Srinivas Prasad and Mysore MLC Aduguru Vishwanath.

BJP state vice-president BY Vijayendra did not go to Delhi to meet party seniors, but instead went for an ED-conducted inquiry, MLA Basangauda Patil Yatnal said.

CM BS Yeddyurappa has stated that he will resign from his post as soon as the High Command suggests it. Yeddyurappa is said to have devised this tactic to silence his opponents within the party.

Former minister CT Ravi stayed in Delhi for three days. Attended a meeting with central leaders. Another prominent Lingayat leader Murugesh Nirani left for Delhi and returned on Saturday.

No information is available about the secret meetings of the leaders, but it is clear that the ongoing debate in Delhi is related to a change of leadership.

Still, Murugesh Nirani’s connection with central BJP leaders, especially his relationship with Home Minister Amit Shah, is not a secret.

In addition, Nirani met RSS and BJP leaders on Friday and Saturday. Nirani had changed his plan 10 days ago when CP Yogeshwar and MLA Arvind Bellad left for Delhi.

Yogeshwar, who had returned from Delhi, wanted to convene a meeting of the Legislative Party, but later developments changed his mind. Yogeshwara, who went to the swamijis after learning that signatures were being collected against him, had met JSS and Adi Chunchanagiri swamijis of Mysore.


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