Will Yeddyurappa stop being CM? There are indications that the prime minister has been informed of his resignation.


  • BS Yeddyurappa meets with Prime Minister Narendra Modi
  • The Chief Minister is reported to be ready to resign.
  • There has been no official confirmation.

Bangalore: BS Yeddyurappa reportedly informed Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he is ready to resign as Chief Minister. According to various media reports, the Prime Minister is ready to resign if the Prime Minister so orders.

Although the news of the resignation of the Prime Minister of Karnataka has been known, there has been no official confirmation. According to a national media report, Yeddyurappa had informed the Prime Minister of his resignation citing health problems. There are indications that Yeddyurappa presented conditions during his meeting with the Prime Minister. You want your children to occupy the appropriate position in the party or in the government.

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Meanwhile, there are reports that the central government has offered Yeddyurappa the governorship. He had previously said that he was not ready to resign as prime minister, but that his current position was that he was ready to resign if his demands were met.

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Yeddyurappa and his son flew to Delhi on a special flight to meet with the Prime Minister as cabinet shakeup talks continued. A section of the Karnataka BJP, including the MLA, had demonstrated against Yeddyurappa. They allege that their son Vijayendra controls the government and administration.
Yeddyurappa became the Chief Minister of Karnataka on July 24, 2019. Problems in the party escalated on July 24, two years ago.

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