Accusing Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa of providing “bad government” to Karnataka, senior Congress leader Chidramaiah said on Thursday that he did not expect the state to get a competent government and an honest chief minister by removing him as the BJP is a state. Corruption Party. ”Responding to a statement from the Leader of the Opposition in the State Assembly, Yeddyurappa stated that he was leaving.
“Yeddyurappa gave a bad government to Karnataka. He did not give an incompetent government that was corrupt and in favor of development,” Chidramaiah said. Speaking to reporters here, he recalled that he had been saying for the past six to seven months that Yeddyurappa would be replaced on the basis of confirmed information, but no one believed it, denied it, but today it has been proven to be true.
“I do not expect a competent government (as chief minister) to come or an honest chief minister to come because the BJP is a corrupt party, the ministers in the BJP are corrupt ministers, so whoever comes it will again be a corrupt and incompetent government,” he said. Yeddyurappa, who broke his silence for the first time amid speculation that his departure was on the cards, said on Thursday that he would abide by the decision of the BJP central leadership.
The 78-year-old Lingayat strongman said the party’s high command would guide him on July 25 about his future as Karnataka chief minister. State Congress leader DK Sivakumar said, “We are talking about it (Yeddyurappa’s expulsion) … this is their party thing, let them do whatever they want … we have nothing in their party matters.”
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