Yediyurappa was seen at Dubai Expo 2020 on Tuesday, where he showed special interest in the India Pavilion and its presentations.
Former Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday said that he has not asked the BJP high command or anybody else to make his son B Y Vijayendra a minister in the state cabinet.
He said that neither Congress nor BJP has sought JDS' support so far, and only Yediyurappa has a couple of times appealed for support, where the regional party has not fielded its candidates.
Later in the day, he held a meeting at Santhemarahalli in Chamarajanagar district followed by another at Rajendra Convention hall in Mysuru.
Notice also that the loving father took his sons to Delhi in a chartered aircraft. In our country, even politicians marked for the waste basket live in royal style.
Of those who were relieved in August, half of them are back in the CMO and in other major postings.
“Final details of the pre-poll alliance between the BJP and JDS will be decided by the leadership of both the parties.”
“Vijayendra has also been grooming a set of second-rung leaders as his loyalists, among whom are Mysuru MLC candidate Raghu Koutilya and Mandya’s KR Pet Manju,” said a BJP leader.
Elections to the 25 Legislative Council seats, slated for December 10, are likely to be one more test for Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and his predecessor BS Yediyurappa.
Senior BJP leader and former CM B S Yediyurappa on Wednesday hinted that the party is looking to have an understanding with the JDS in the upcoming MLC elections.
Exuding confidence of winning 15 out of 20 constituencies that are going to polls on December 10, he said BJP will get the absolute majority in the legislative council.
Will former Chief Minister and Lingayat strongman B S Yediyurappa enact a repeat of the 2012 political episode? That’s what the Congress is predicting.
Former CM B S Yediyurappa, former Council chairman Shankaramurthy and Rural Development Minister KS Eshwarappa not only built the party in the district but also strengthened it across the state.
Addressing the media in Bagalkot on Saturday during the BJP’s Jan Swaraj Yatra, the Lingayat strongman hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the decision.
In the ensuing MLC polls, BJP was contesting in 20 of the 25 seats and will win in 18, he said, adding that the Congress was facing existential crisis.