Stating that his party would watch the ongoing political developments and take an appropriate step at the right time, BJP State president B.S. Yeddyurappa on Sunday said “we are not sanyasis to sit and watch.”
Mr. Yeddyurappa, who was on a tour to study the drought situation in Hassan and Tumakuru districts, told reporters that the coalition government had lost majority after the resignation of the Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) MLAs.
He said the BJP being a national party, they would take a decision on the future course of action after consulting their central leaders.
He said they will not allow the State to go for midterm polls. “It is only 13 months since the last elections were held to the State Assembly. People of the State are upset with the coalition government. There have been no development works, except loot of public money,” he said.
Mr. Yeddyurappa said he had not contacted any of the MLAs who resigned. There is no plan to meet the Governor right now. “Let’s see what the Speaker will do,” he said.
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