Bengaluru: The Pressure put on the ruling party to oust CM BS Yediyurappa appears to have worked. For a long period, dissident leaders have urged him to resign. Several BJP Leaders have demanded that he be removed from power. According, to BJP sources in Delhi, the high command has asked Yediyurappa to resign as a result of this. This has escalated further over the past ten days. On June 17 and 18th, Arun Singh, the party’s state affairs in charge, will travel to Karnataka to pacify senior leaders who are demanding Yediyurappa’s resign.
However, Arun Singh, who talked to the media about the topic in Delhi on Thursday, denied any such change. He praised Yediyurappa for his fine performance as well as his ability to properly manage Covid-19 situation in the state. Arun Singh repeatedly insisted that he was pleased with CM BS Yediyurappa’s performance and that the CM’s position would not be changed. He stated that Yediyurappa would remain the CM. He stated that he will travel to Banglore on June 17 to address the concerns of the opposing MLAs. He urged that no one should make public comments about the leadership shift, he said.