Terming the rumours regarding the meeting as lies, Siddaramaiah told reporters here on Saturday: “Yediyurappa’s roots are with the RSS, so joining hands with him is impossible.
To boost prospects in two Lingayat-dominated constituencies
The visit sparked off much curiosity, and even rancour among Yediyurappa’s supporters, who were sceptical.
“Except meeting him during my birthday celebrations on February 27, 2020, I have not met Siddaramaiah. There is no need for me to meet him.
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The two events appear unconnected, but JDS leader and former CM H D Kumaraswamy may have summed it up adroitly when he said the raid was just “internal party rivalry” playing out.
Contractors in the Irrigation department were the prime target of the coordinated raids, according to sources in the I-T department.
The party has given responsibility of both seats to minister B C Patil and former Deputy CM Laxman Savadi.
The BJP hopes to ride on former chief minister B S Yediyurappa’s popularity to win the October 30 bypolls to Sindagi and Hanagal Assembly constituencies.
Yediyurappa had recently said that his tour aimed at further strengthening the BJP and bringing the party to power in 2023, when the next Assembly election in Karnataka is due.
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His tours will be administrative, and not political, in nature. There is no confusion between his and Yediyurappa’s tours.