Bangalore, 6/6 (AO Bureau): Amidst speculations of change of leadership in Karnataka, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa finally broke his silence. Chief Minister Yediyurappa said, he will continue at the top post as long as the BJP high command has faith in him. The Chief Minister said, he does not agree that there is no alternative leader in the state BJP to replace him, so the day the order comes from the central leadership of the party, he will step down.
When Yediyurappa was asked about the change of leadership in the state, he said, “…as long as the Delhi high command has faith in me, I will remain the chief minister. The day they say they don’t want me, I will resign and the state I will work day and night for its development. Talking to reporters here, he said, “I am not under any illusion. They (high command) have given me an opportunity, I am trying to take advantage of this opportunity by going ahead with my strength. Leave the rest to the high command.”
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