Karnataka Election 2023: In Karnataka, veteran BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa has claimed that there is an atmosphere in favor of BJP in the state. BJP will return to power and 101 percent, the party will form the government. He said that he is not contesting the election, but is campaigning in the state. Regarding son Vijayendra, he has said that he sees him as his successor.
This time veteran leader and former Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa is not in the fray in Karnataka, but even at this time he is the biggest face of BJP in the state. In the assembly elections to be held on May 10, the central leadership of BJP is pinning their hopes on him. In an interview to The Indian Express, Yeddyurappa spoke on a range of issues, including BJP’s prospects in the state, his son Vijayendra and corruption.
Yeddyurappa on corruption
On his relationship with the Prime Minister, the BJP leader said that the PM has great affection for me. He said that Amit Shah came to my house to have breakfast. He also shows respect for me. Both PM Modi and Amit Shah want BJP to come to power in Karnataka.
Son named as successor
Despite this, he is roaming across the state to campaign for the party. He is focusing on other areas. The youth are very happy and excited about his leadership. In every constituency, youth are supporting Vijayendra, which will help the party.
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