Bangalore,25/7 (AO bureau):Amid speculations of a change of leadership in Karnataka, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda on Sunday ruled out any political crisis in the southern state and said Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa did a good job. has done. He termed the Pegasus spy allegations as baseless and hit out at the opposition, saying it had no issues left.
Talking to reporters at the end of his two-day visit to Goa, he said that the BJP will contest the Goa assembly elections to be held early next year under the leadership of Chief Minister Pramod Sawant but a formal decision will be taken by the party’s parliamentary board. will do. In the context of Karnataka, the BJP president said, “Yeddyurappa has done a good job. Karnataka is doing well. Yediyurappa is handling things in his own way. When asked whether there was any political crisis in the southern state, he said, “You feel it, we don’t feel it.”
Nadda’s statement assumes significance as the Karnataka Chief Minister had said that by this evening he would get instructions from the BJP high command and then he would take a suitable decision, in the context of his continued in the post a few hours ago. In Belagavi, when Yediyurappa was asked whether the high command’s direction from Delhi was expected today, he said, “If it comes by evening, you will also know about it, if the instructions come, then I will take a suitable decision.” .”
Pegagus spying issue is baseless
Replying to a question on the Pegasus espionage controversy, the BJP president said, “It is baseless. The opposition parties led by the Congress have no issue which they can raise for the sake of the people. That’s why they raise such an issue.”