Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Okay.S. Eshwarappa on Friday stated the BJP excessive command would act against occasion leaders C.P. Yogeshwar, Basanagouda Patil Yatnal, and M.P. Renukacharya at an acceptable time.
“Only these three people are making noise in our party and the party knows when and how to deal with such people though neither the leaders nor party workers are bothered about them and their rants. The leadership had recently warned them against making comments in public. The party general secretary camped in Bengaluru for three days to listen to Ministers and MLAs,” he advised reporters.
When requested in regards to the contemporary tirade launched against Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa by Mr. Yogeshwar, Tourism Minister, and Mr. Yatnal, MLA, regardless of the excessive command’s warning, Mr. Eshwarappa stated the occasion excessive command would look into the matter because it knew methods to rein them in.
Mr. Eshwarappa additionally attacked former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president D.Okay. Shivakumar over the “next Chief Minister” slogans by their occasion staff. “Forget about coming to power and getting the CM’s post, the Congress will lose the Opposition party status after the next elections,” the BJP chief predicted.
When requested in regards to the KPCC chief’s reported assertion about giving eve defectors entry to the Congress, Mr. Eshwarappa stated, “First of all, who is joining a sinking party like the Congress?”
He additionally stated that whereas Mr. Shivakumar has opened the doorways of his occasion for erstwhile Congressmen, Mr. Siddaramaiah has opposed the return of defectors, and each are squabbling when no BJP legislator is even considering of becoming a member of the occasion they give up. Describing the Congress within the State as a “divided house” with no unity amongst its leaders, Mr. Eshwarappa stated the strife had reached a degree the place the image of Mr. Siddaramaiah had been faraway from the marketing campaign automobile of Mr. Shivakumar.