Karnataka boss clergyman BS Yediyurappa on a day-long visit to New Delhi met BJP president JP Nadda yet got back with no reasonable sign on when the much postponed bureau extension would happen.
"I have educated about the requirement for bureau extension at the soonest. He (Nadda) said that he would talk about and get in two-three days," Yediyurappa said after his gathering with Nadda.
He was joined by representative CM Govind Karjol.
With the bypolls for RR Nagar and Sira over, there has been mounting tension on Yediyurappa to extend the bureau. A few previous Congress and JD (S) lawmakers who had traversed to the BJP and helped it to shape government subsequent to overturning the alliance government are seeking after clerical billets. Among them are MTB Nagaraj, AH Vishwanath, R Shankar and Munirathna.
The bureau development practice is an unenviable errand for Yediyurappa with 'supporter' BJP MLAs who are resentful about being disregarded additionally holding back to be enlisted in the committee of minsters. A few of them like Umesh Katti, Raju Gowda, Murugesh Nirani, Renukacharya, Thippeswamy and others have openly pronounced that they are in the racing to become clergymen.
Found out if it would be a simple bureau extension or rebuilding too with certain pastors being dropped and others enlisted, Yediyurappa said 'We should sit back and watch what the gathering central leadership guides us to do."
Karnataka can have a limit of 34 pastors including the CM and right now there are seven opportunities.
A week ago, Yediyurappa had said that the bureau development was delayed further as the gathering central leadership was occupied with service arrangement in Bihar.