Big announcement of Karnataka BJP in-charge, said – will fight the next assembly election under the leadership of CM Bommai
Karnataka BJP will fight the next assembly elections in the state under the leadership of CM Basavaraj Bommai. This was announced by the in-charge of Karnataka BJP. There is still about a year left in the assembly elections, but BJP has already started its preparations regarding this. At the same time, there is no discussion about who the major parties like Congress are going to make their face in this election. He said that our target is that in the next assembly elections, our party will win 150 or more seats. Today Congress does not have any issue, so it is making an issue of force that BJP will change its chief minister in view of the elections. However, there is no truth in his claim.
Amidst all this, before the assembly elections in Karnataka, internal squabbles have started between both the Congress and BJP. The fight between Siddaramaiah vs DK Shivakumar had started after the Congress was out of power in Karnataka in the year 2019, which has now come to the fore. In Karmatak, both Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar are projecting themselves as chief ministerial candidates in the next election. Supporters of both the leaders are also promoting their respective leaders from the Congress party as the future Chief Minister of the state.
Shivakumar, an influential leader of the Vokkaliga community, has also begun work to consolidate Vokkaliga votes to become his own chief minister, which has been criticized by Siddaramaiah loyalist Zameer Ahmed. Jamir Ahmed said, “Only with the support of one community, no one can become the next chief minister.” As the 75th birthday of Shri Siddaramaiah approaches, there is a danger of crisis.
On the other hand, Lingayat leader BS Yediyurappa in BJP has named his seat after his son, regardless of the high command. BJP lost the election in 2013 when Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa of the BJP’s first government in Karnataka parted ways with the BJP. He was removed from the post of Chief Minister citing age. In such a situation, 79-year-old BS Yediyurappa has now declared his son as his heir. Now Vijayendra will contest from his seat.
At present, Vijayendra is in the party organization. He said, “I appeal to the people of Shikaripura to make Vijendra win by voting in large numbers. BS Yediyurappa himself has made his son a candidate from Shikaripura instead of the BJP high command. Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa hastily And tried to show that everything is going well inside the party.
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