"CD And Blackmail," Allege BJP Leaders In Karnataka Cabinet Expansion Row
A battle has detonated in Karnataka's decision BJP with a few chiefs hitting out at Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa over a bureau extension seen to support his camp vigorously. Confronting public assaults from his gathering men, Mr Yediyurappa provoked them to take up their grumbling with the gathering administration. "On the off chance that the BJP MLAs have any protest they can go to Delhi, meet our public chiefs and give them all the data and objections they have. I won't have a problem with that yet I ask them not to harm the gathering's standing by talking sick," the Chief Minister told correspondents in Bengaluru.
He added that focal BJP pioneers would accept an approach their grievances. Some BJP pioneers transparently blamed the Chief Minister for remembering for his 17-month-old bureau just the individuals who had "coerced" him or were in his internal circle. "Yediyurappa just considered and designated the individuals who coerced him with a CD and paid enormous cash to him. Two are been made priests and one individual has been made political secretary after each of the three utilized the CD to extort him," said senior BJP pioneer Basanagouda R Patil.
"Reliability, standing, status, district wasn't thought of, every one of that was considered was CD and extortion. Yediyurappa totally disregarded gathering steadfast laborers like us and the individuals who extorted him, caused a CD and intended to cut down his administration to have been made priests," he seethed. Mr Patil is among about dozen BJP pioneers who are incensed at being disregarded for a bureau spot and are not keeping down. Different protesters are H Vishwanath, MP Kumaraswamy, Satish Reddy, Shivanagowda Nayak, Thippareddy and even Mr Yediyurappa's nearby helper, MP Renukacharya.