Source: The New Indian Express
Bangalore: For the past few days there have been rumors that the volume will be restructured, CM Yeddyurappa has clarified all these matters.
Yeddyurappa, who spoke on Thursday, said there was no process of restructuring the volume. That said, everything is just speculation. It was rumored that Minister CP Yogeshwar had gone to Delhi and lodged a complaint with the BJP seniors against the CM and his son Vijayendra.
The idea of volume restructuring is not in front of us, no such ideas are in front of our eyes. Central seniors have also not given any notice so far, he said. If the leaders of the center give notice, we will do as they say.
About 20 MLAs met CM Yeddyurappa on Sunday, sparking speculation. CM Political Secretary MP Renukacharya had publicly lashed out against Minister CP Yogeshwar. And forced the minister to step down.
After this, fearing that he might be ousted from the ministry, Minister CP Yogeshwar visited the Okkaliga Math, visited the Swamis and sought their support. But sources said there was a lot of discussion going on to bring about change.
Meanwhile, state BJP vice-president BY Vijayendra, who met BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda in New Delhi on Thursday, shared the photo on social media.
After more than half an hour of talks, it is learned that Nadda has brought to his notice the current political developments in the state BJP. In addition, it is learned that Nadda has complained to some BJP leaders that he has vented his displeasure against the government.
Sources said the ongoing political dramas in the state have been discussed. It is learned that issues like Yogeshwar statement, Ishwarappa letter, etc. have been discussed.