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Bjp Appointed Central Observers Dharmendra Pradhan And G Krishna Reddy Reaching Bangalore Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa Likely To Be Resigned

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bangalore

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Tue, 27 Jul 2021 12:30 PM IST

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The political suspense on who will be the successor of BS Yeddyurappa in Karnataka will end today. The name of the new CM will be announced after the legislature party meeting at 7 pm. There is talk of making the state Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai and Mining Minister MR Nirani as the new Chief Minister.

Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa
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The name of the new Chief Minister in Karnataka will be announced late in the evening. BS Yediyurappa submitted his resignation on Monday. Political agitation has increased regarding the new Chief Minister. Legislature party meeting has been called at 7 pm. The name of the new Chief Minister will be decided in this meeting. Since Yeddyurappa’s resignation, there is talk of making state Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai and Mines Minister MR Nirani as the new Chief Ministers. Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan and G Krishna Reddy have been made observers. Both the leaders have reached Bangalore. Apart from this, Arun Singh, in-charge of Karnataka has also left for Bangalore.

On July 26, the BJP government of Karnataka completed two years. Now everyone’s eyes are fixed on who will be the next CM of the state. Apart from Basraj Bommai and MR Nirani, many names are being discussed in the race for the new Chief Minister of Karnataka. They include Union minister Prahlad Joshi, BJP national general secretary CT Ravi, BL Santosh and state assembly speaker Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri. The name of the state’s Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwath Narayan is also in the news.

Yeddyurappa has a good hold in the Lingayat community
The party’s national organization general secretary BL Santhosh is already camping in Bengaluru and holding meetings with party leaders to consult. Yediyurappa comes from the influential Lingayat community of Karnataka. There is a discussion that the idea is going on in the BJP to hand over the chief minister’s post to an influential leader of the Lingayat community.

Yediyurappa belongs to the Lingayat community. Yediyurappa has a strong hold on this community. The community has been a supporter of the BJP since 1990. Lingayats dominate 90 to 100 seats out of 224 assembly seats in Karnataka. That is, this community has a 17 percent share in the total population of the state. Assembly elections are due in the state in 2023 and Yeddyurappa has a good foothold in the Lingayat community. In such a situation, after his resignation, the biggest challenge for the BJP will be to cultivate this community.

Yeddyurappa resigned on Monday
Yediyurappa completed his two-year term as chief minister on Monday. He had announced his resignation at an event organized on the occasion. He then met Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot at the Raj Bhavan and submitted his resignation to him.

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The name of the new Chief Minister in Karnataka will be announced late in the evening. BS Yediyurappa submitted his resignation on Monday. Political agitation has increased regarding the new Chief Minister. Legislature party meeting has been called at 7 pm. The name of the new Chief Minister will be decided in this meeting. Since the resignation of Yeddyurappa, there is talk of making the state Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai and Mines Minister MR Nirani as the new Chief Ministers. Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan and G Krishna Reddy have been made observers. Both the leaders have reached Bangalore. Apart from this, Arun Singh, in-charge of Karnataka has also left for Bangalore.

On July 26, the BJP government of Karnataka completed two years. Now everyone’s eyes are fixed on who will be the next CM of the state. Apart from Basraj Bommai and MR Nirani, many names are being discussed in the race for the new Chief Minister of Karnataka. They include Union minister Prahlad Joshi, BJP national general secretary CT Ravi, BL Santosh and state assembly speaker Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri. The name of the state’s Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwath Narayan is also in the news.

Yeddyurappa has a good hold in the Lingayat community

The party’s national organization general secretary BL Santhosh is already camping in Bengaluru and holding meetings with party leaders to consult. Yediyurappa comes from the influential Lingayat community of Karnataka. There is a discussion that the idea is going on in the BJP to hand over the chief minister’s post to an influential leader of the Lingayat community.

Yediyurappa belongs to the Lingayat community. Yediyurappa has a strong hold on this community. The community has been a supporter of the BJP since 1990. Lingayats dominate 90 to 100 seats out of 224 assembly seats in Karnataka. That is, this community has a 17 percent share in the total population of the state. Assembly elections are due in the state in 2023 and Yeddyurappa has a good foothold in the Lingayat community. In such a situation, after his resignation, the biggest challenge for the BJP will be to cultivate this community.

Yeddyurappa resigned on Monday

Yediyurappa completed his two-year term as chief minister on Monday. He had announced his resignation at an event organized on the occasion. He then met Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot at the Raj Bhavan and submitted his resignation to him.

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