BS Yediyurappa will step down by April: Siddaramaiah | Mysuru News – Times of India


MYSURU: Former chief minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday reiterated that BJP would change its chief minister after April.
Speaking to reporters, Siddaramaiah said that he has information from sources in the RSS that CM BS Yediyurappa would be replaced after April.
Siddaramaiah said Union home minister Amit Shah said Yediyurappa would continue as CM only because no party high command would say that it will remove its CM. “But my sources in the RSS have claimed change in leadership,” he added.
Reacting to this, rural development and panchayat raj minister KS Eshwarappa said that this is not the first time the Congress leader was saying that the BJP high command would replace Yediyurappa.
“Earlier, Siddaramaiah said there will be change of guard after gram panchayat polls in the state. But nothing happened. Now he is prophesying that Yediyurappa will go after April. I do not know when he became an astrologer to predict such changes,” he said.
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Commenting on Hoskote Independent MLA Sharath Bache Gowda meeting him recently, Siddaramaiah said Sharath supported Congress in the recently held GP polls.
“Around 70 per cent of the candidates we supported have won the gram panchayat elections in Hoskote constituency. He had come to thank me for the victory. There are discussions about his joining Congress, which will be finalised in another 15 days,” he said.



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