‘Remember that it was BSY who made you CM’

The Tumkur Rural MLA recently stated the ex-Karnataka CM’s fate could not be decided by leaders sitting in New Delhi.

Published: 07th January 2012 03:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:10 PM   |  A+A-

TUMKUR: Two days after he was reportedly summoned by the chief minister for disciplinary action, Tumkur Rural MLA B Suresh Gowda stuck to his stand on Friday and did not hesitate to make public his allegiance to former CM B S Yeddyurappa.

   He also chose to attack CM D V Sadananda Gowda.

Suresh Gowda recently proclaimed that Yeddyurappa’s fate could not be decided by the leaders sitting in New Delhi. The CM had reportedly told him not to go against the diktats of the party high command.

Suresh Gowda fired another missive by asking the CM to ponder over who was responsible for him to get to the top post.

“It was Yeddyurappa and not the party high command which made him the CM. Instead of enlightening me, Gowda should first enlighten the law minister who cast his vote in favour of Jagadish Shettar,” he added.

Expel Reddys from BJP: Tapal Ganesh

Bellary : Tapal Ganesh, owner of TNR Mines, has urged the BJP leadership to expel the Bellary Reddy brothers, who were indicted in the Lokayukta report on mining, from the party.

Ganesh alleged that former minister Janardhana Reddy misused power to amass ill-gotten wealth which caused huge losses to the Karnataka and AP.

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