Will campaign for Sumalatha in Mandya: BS Yeddyurappa

On the national perspective he said that BJP alone will win 300 seats in the country and get a clear majority.

Published: 26th March 2019 08:16 PM  |   Last Updated: 26th March 2019 08:16 PM   |  A+A-

Karnataka BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa (File Photo)

Karnataka BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa (File Photo)

Express News Service

CHITRADURGA: BJP leader and former Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa on Tuesday reiaterated that he would take up extensive campaigning for independent candidate Sumalatha in Mandya and ensure that she would win by huge margin.

Addressing media  persons in the city, he said that, Sumalatha's victory in Mandya is written on walls and the coalition government would bite the dust across the state. The family politics of the JD(S) would be taught a fitting lesson by the voters at Mandya, Hassan and Tumkuru.

On the issue of the Bhovi's taking up NOTA campaigning against BJP he said that the issue would be sorted out and the seer would be requested to support the party.

'With time ticking for the first phase of the elections, Yeddyurappa said that, Narendra Modi becoming Prime Minister is the universal truth and the youths of the country are rejoicing to vote Modi again
to power, this time BJP would win minimum of 22 seats in Karnataka', he said.

On the national perspective he said that BJP alone will win 300 seats in the country and get a clear majority, no one need not be doubtful on Narendra Modi getting re-elected as Prime Minister, he added.

Responding to Tejaswini Ananthkumar missing the ticket from Bangalore South constituency and Tejaswi Surya getting ticket, he said that, the decision is taken by the party high command, however it was late
Ananthkumar's wife's name which was recommended to the high command.


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