Backing For BS Yediyurappa, Under Pressure; From Rivals Too: 10 Points

Backing For BS Yediyurappa, Under Pressure; From Rivals Too: 10 Points

(*10*)BS Yediyurappa completes two years in workplace on July 26. (File)

New Delhi:
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, combating off hypothesis that he’s about to get replaced after a gathering with Prime Minister Narendra Modi final week, has amped up strain on his social gathering BJP with conferences geared toward flaunting his help.

Here are the highest 10 factors on this massive story:

  1. A day after he met with heads of mutts in Bengaluru, a high spiritual chief has warned the Centre in opposition to altering the Chief Minister.

  2. “Any government needs to be independent. But if the central government keeps interfering, no Chief Minister can do his best,” mentioned Sirigere Sanehalli Swamiji. “If the Chief Minister is changed often, it is difficult for officers to work. The central government must consider this seriously and allow the Chief Minister to work,” he added.

  3. Yesterday, Mr Yediyurappa met mutt chiefs, or highly effective monks of the state, in a message to the BJP and its ideological mentor, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

  4. The political and spiritual leaders of the Veerashaiva-Lingayat group — which contains 16 per cent of the state’s inhabitants and is seen the BJP’s massive help base within the state — are backing the Chief Minister. Several of them have warned the BJP in opposition to any transfer to dislodge the 78-year-old, who additionally belongs to the group.

  5. Unusually, Mr Yediyurappa has obtained help from a Lingayat chief even within the opposition Congress. “BJP may face the wrath of Lingayats if they ill-treat tall leader (Yediyurappa). BJP should value the contribution of Yediyurappa and treat him with dignity,” tweeted Congress chief MB Patil, admitting that the proposed modifications “may be internal matters” of the BJP.

  6. The BJP’s state unit retorted: “MB Patil and his guru Siddaramaiah tried their best to divide Veerashaivas and Lingayats. Today, Sri Patil is daydreaming that he can emerge as Lingayat leader by expressing FAKE concern for Lingayat community. People are not living in Rahul’s Paradise to believe him.”

  7. As a Lingayat, Mr Yediyurappa represents a dominant caste in Karnataka, which is seen as a BJP vote base. This was believed to be a giant cause for his unchallenged clout within the social gathering over time. 

  8. Speculation that the BJP could also be inclined to take away its first and solely Chief Minister in south India peaked when Mr Yediyurappa took a chartered flight to Delhi to fulfill with PM Modi and different BJP leaders. After his assembly with the Prime Minister, experiences steered that he had provided to resign citing his well being.

  9. But on file, the 78-year-old has firmly denied any dialogue of resignation. Mr Yediyurappa completes two years in workplace on July 26 – and he has known as for a state legislature social gathering assembly on that day in what seems to be one other strain tactic.

  10. A piece of Karnataka BJP MLAs have been vocal of their criticism of Mr Yediyurappa and his son Vijayendra. But the social gathering has performed little to silence the critics, elevating hypothesis about which facet it’s on.


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