Senior BJP chief BS Yediyurappa can by no means retire and the get together will combat the 2023 meeting polls underneath his steerage, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai mentioned on Friday.
Mr Bommai’s remarks come hours after Mr Yediyurappa introduced that he’s vacating his Shikaripura constituency and won’t contest the subsequent election. Mr Yediyurappa additionally mentioned that his son and get together’s state vice-president B Y Vijayendra will contest the 2023 meeting polls from Shikaripura.
The previous chief minister’s announcement appears to point the tip of his electoral politics.
“He by no means retires. Yediyurappa has by no means retired. Within the subsequent elections, his energy and steerage will probably be there,” Mr Bommai informed reporters when requested underneath whose management the get together will combat the subsequent polls within the absence of Mr Yediyurappa.
He additionally talked about that Mr Yediyurappa is a “fatherly determine” and the central leaders find out about that.
The following meeting election in Karnataka is scheduled for Might 2023.
Mr Bommai is within the nationwide capital to attend the farewell dinner hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for outgoing president Ram Nath Kovind.
The Karnataka chief minister additionally known as on President-elect Droupadi Murmu and congratulated her.
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