BJP chief whip urges high command to hear their views
The BJP outdated guards, who maintained a studied silence after Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa shocked everybody by remarking that he would give up if the high command doesn’t want him, have now indicated that they don’t seem to be pleased with the current developments within the occasion.
BJP chief whip within the Assembly and Karkala MLA Sunil Kumar took to Twitter on Tuesday to say that the statements being issued by occasion leaders within the final three days to the media aren’t within the curiosity of the occasion.
In an apparent reference to the Yediyurappa camp claiming that 65 MLAs of the occasion had put their signatures expressing assist for their chief, Mr. Kumar mentioned: “These views cannot be the views of all the MLAs and party workers”.
He demanded that the occasion Central leaders make a separate association to hear their grievances and views.
“As we cannot share our views through the media, the party high command should make arrangements to help us convey our views,” he tweeted.
Mr. Kumar tagged occasion nationwide normal secretary C.T. Ravi and State president Nalin Kumar Kateel to his tweet. The tweet is being seen within the occasion circles as publicly questioning the claims of the Yediyurappa camp that almost all MLAs are with him.
Political secretary M.P. Renukacharya had on Monday claimed that the Chief Minister has the assist of about 65 MLAs of the occasion. He had even mentioned that the Chief Minister’s detractors within the occasion ought to cease in search of a management change within the wake of majority of the occasion MLAs supporting Mr. Yediyurappa.