Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah said BS Yeddyurappa will be the saffron party's chief ministerial candidate in the state's upcoming Assembly elections, PTI reported. "It (Karnataka election) will be fought under Yeddyurappa", Shah said. "Why did he eat outside food when the dalit family had prepared pulao at home?"
BJP chief B S Yeddyurappa's visit to dalit colonies looks more like a sojourn and a political gimmick. After the party's poor performance in the recently-held bye-elections in Nanjangud and Gundlupet Assembly seats, the leader of Opposition in the Legislative Council, KS Eshwarappa, had rebelled.
He also said that the BJP supported the actions of Major Gogoi who had tied a Srinagar resident to the front of an Army jeep ostensibly to protect polling officers from stone pelters.
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Later, addressing a press conference marking three years of the Narendra Modi regime, Mr. Shah said the government had performed, especially in delivery of welfare measures and public services.
The state BJP unit is beset with factionalism with former deputy chief minister K S Eshwarappa's faction at loggerheads with Yeddyurappa and his men.
"These all are carefully hatched plans to make Yeddyurappa ji work and then see to it that somebody else becomes the chief minister", he added. The 74-year-old leader launched his own political outfit in 2011.
Shah to work as BJP "vistarak" in Gujarat on May 31 BJP president Amit Shah will visit Gujarat on May 31to take part in the party's "vistarak" initiative, an exercise aimed at establishing direct contact with people ahead of the state Assembly polls to be held later this year.