Will stay for two years - BSY
Bengaluru: Sending a clear message to his detractors who trying hard to dethrone him from CM post, Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa said that he would focus on the developmental works for the remaining two years term.
Speaking to media persons after enquiring about health of the Governor Vajubhai Vala at Rajbhavan here on Wednesday, who underwent cataract operation, Mr. Yediyurappa said, after two years, his focus is to bring back BJP government to power by winning 130 plus seats.
Chief Minister’s response comes after the attempts of his detractors to unseat him from CM post by putting pressure on party central leadership. Mr, Yediyurappa said that his focus is only for the development of the state for the remaining two years, and he will embark on district tours in the coming days to accelerate developmental works in the districts.
However, Chief Minister did not take any political questions but send a clear message to the disgruntled MLAs who often visited Delhi to oust him from the CM post. BSY stressed upon that he will stay for the remaining two years term.
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“A big challenge before me to bring back BJP government to the power in the state. I will assure my party workers and the people that, for the next two years, my focus is to bring back BJP government by implementing developmental projects”, CM added.
“I have discussed with the Governor about Covid management; The Governor has appreciated works of the state government during the covid crisis. He has calmly heard me, given suggestions on many issues. Any political discussion with the Governor will not arise", Mr.Yediyurappa said.
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