Congress Legislature Party leader Siddaramaiah and KPCC president DK Shivakumar will fall apart in their race for the chief minister’s post before the Assembly polls, Minister KS Eshwarappa said.
“We will constitute a committee which will be headed by the Principal Secretary (RDPR) which will frame guidelines.
Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister K S Eshwarappa launched the Amrith Health Infrastructure Upgradation Programme at the Survarna Vidhana Soudha on Monday.
Two separate police complaints have been lodged against RDPR Minister K S Eshwarappa — one by H P Girish,
Political rivals hitting each other below the belt is not new in state politics, but this was a new low.
Senior BJP leader K S Eshwarappa on Thursday said the party will get full majority in the 2023 Assembly polls and a nationalist will be made the CM.
'Yatnal should not make such statements before the media. Central leaders were in the State for three days and allowed all legislators to air their views.' said KS Eshwarappa.
The BJP government in Karnataka is set to complete two years in office on Monday amid uncertainty over the leadership issue.
On a section of the Kuruba community openly requesting the BJP leadership to make Eshwarappa the Chief Minister,
In the audio clip, the speaker was heard telling someone apparently over the phone that Yediyurappa will soon be replaced along with his cabinet colleagues Eshwarappa and Jagadish Shetter.
The Grand Old Party will lose its status of primary opposition party after the next assembly elections, he said, adding that the CM’s post is a distant dream for them.
The government had requested the State Election Commission to defer elections till December, but all of a sudden, the reservation categories for ZP and TP elections were announced, he said.
Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj K S Eshwarappa lashed out at Congress claiming that the party is supporting anti-national sentiments.
Further, he said that he was informed by the deputy commissioner that as an Opposition leader, there was no permission to hold meeting in the deputy commissioner’s office.
RDPR Minister K S Eshwarappa said that the government was not printing money to give Rs 10,000 to each family during the lockdown.