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Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa says he is not stepping down

Karnataka boss priest BS Yediyurappa, who is in Delhi to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda and senior Union clergymen, won’t resign from his job nor has he been asked to, said an individual near the CM.

The CM likewise told media people that he met the PM to talk about advancement projects and the reports of his venturing down were tales.

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The Karnataka boss priest showed up in the capital late last evening and has since met Prime Minister Modi and Nadda. As per the individual cited over, the main pastor examined different improvement projects identified with the state with the senior initiative.

“He told correspondents on record that he will be back in the capital in the primary seven day stretch of August with a more drawn out list of things to get for the express,” the individual said.

There has been hypothesis that the main pastor is in the money to talk about the names for a potential bureau extension in the state.

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Following his gathering with the PM on Friday, he tweeted, “Approached Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji in New Delhi today. Had a productive conversation on different improvement activities of the state.”

Conversing with journalists after his gathering with home clergyman Amit Shah, the CM said he was approached to endeavor to get back to control in Karnataka and win more seats in Lok Sabha races.

“Home Minister Amit Shah said that we will win 100% in UP and in Karnataka we have a brilliant future. He said to assume the liability of reinforcing the gathering in Karnataka. I guarantee you I won’t venture back and will assume total liability,” ANI cited the CM as having said.

Hypotheses of Yediyurappa’s conceivable expulsion have been getting out and about in the midst of reports of hatred among BJP MLAs in Karnataka against the 78-year-old Lingayat pioneer.

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Last month, a few gathering MLAs and clergymen requested that Yediyurappa venture down as boss priest. State the travel industry serve CP Yogeeshwara had said that Yediyurappa’s child has been running an equal government in Karnataka.

Yediyurappa, in any case, has been dismissing the claims as tales and had said that he would leave the day party central leadership requests that he quit.

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