BJP’s state executive says Bommai will complete his term as CM

It bars leaders from publicly discussing leadership issues, asks them to focus on polls

The BJP state executive committee, which began its two-day meeting in Hubballi on Tuesday, sought to dispel speculations of a possible change of leadership by sending a clear message that Basavaraj Bommai would complete a full term as chief minister.

The committee also barred its leaders and members from discussing the issue publicly. In the meeting, special instructions were issued to start formal preparations for the elections, while trying to divert attention from the speculation of change of leadership in preparation for the upcoming assembly elections.

Briefing reporters after the first day’s discussion, BJP state spokesperson and MLA P. Rajeev termed the speculations of change of leadership as baseless and useless.

Shri Rajiv, former Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa, his son, and former ministers Ramesh Jarkiholi and Balachandra Jarkiholi said that of the 300 delegates, 281 had participated. “Remaining members, including Mr. Yediyurappa and Jarkiholi brothers, took permission from the party’s state president not to attend the meeting,” he said.

On the allegations against the Jarkiholi brothers of not supporting the party’s candidate in the recent council elections in Belagavi, Mr. Rajiv clarified that the issue did not come up for discussion during the meeting, but was referred to the state president’s search. Was. “The BJP is a disciplined party and the question of tolerating any kind of indiscipline does not arise,” the committee said.

Shri Rajiv said that Health Minister K. Sudhakar moved a motion of thanks for the people-friendly policies and programs of the state government. This proposal was supported by MLC Laxman Savadi.

He said that in the meeting, he thanked the government for giving 1.4 lakh electricity connections to the poor under the Belaku scheme. Deciding to give ₹3,500 per month to COVID-19 orphans; Bombay-Karnataka to be renamed as ‘Kittur Karnataka’; Additional compensation under NDRF; For winning 11 seats in the recent council elections, and for passing the Karnataka Protection of Right to Freedom of Religion Bill against Forced Conversions. He said that Shri Bommai being a common man thanked him for raising his status to the level of ‘aam admin.

Those speaking of leadership change will be thrown out: Yatnal

Former Union Minister Basanagouda Patil Yatnal on Tuesday said the BJP had sent a clear message that there would be no leadership change and that those speaking about it would be thrown out of the party.

Speaking to presspersons on the sidelines of the State executive committee meeting, he made a veiled attack on a leader ‘attempting’ to become Chief Minister. “Some had tried to become CM by offering something, but unfortunately it did not materialize,” he quipped.

In the absence of leader B.S. Yediyurappa, he said the former Chief Minister had gone abroad and the Jarkiholi brothers probably had other work

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