BANGALORE: Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa on Tuesday said that he would embark on a state tour from the first week of June.
He added that his next political move will based on the feedback received in this tour.
Speaking to reporters after meeting people at his new office in Malleshwaram, Yeddyurappa claimed lot of people particularly from minority communities and backward classes have decided to join hands with him.”
During my tenure as the CM, lot of development works have been done for these communities. Therefore, they are expressing solidarity with me,” he said.
On state BJP president K S Eshwarappa’s remarks that the party was not responsible for some of its leaders facing corruption charges, Yeddyurappa said,”He is right. The party cannot be held responsible or be blamed for corruption charges faced by leaders.”