Waiting for high command orders, will decide soon: BS Yediyurappa on exit talks

Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa said on Sunday he was expecting to receive some instructions and suggestions from the ‘high command’

Earlier in a day today Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa said that he was expecting that it might receive some instructions and suggestions from ‘high command’, in order to keep continuing his chair in the ruling party of BJP.

Besides this to answer the question on ministers were holding a mega conclave in Bengaluru on Sunday, in which it was seen that in an event with the expression of agreement with him, he said, “There is no need for ministers to hold any meet, I have confidence in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP national President J P Nadda.”


BSY indicates an indirect hint that on Monday it could be his last day in office, Yediyurappa recently said that based on the instructions by the central leaders it is decicded that it will give him time by July 25, he will get on with “his work” from July 26, the day his government is scheduled to complete two years in office.

Besides this Karnataka’s home minister Basavaraj Bommai said the next CM is yet to be officially finalised and announced which are in talks about him succeeding over Yediyurappa are all under speculation.

Union minister Pralhad Joshi, whose name is also around the corner as the next CM, it has said that no one has spoken to him about this and he was not aware if Yediyurappa was putting in his papers down or resigning as the CM.