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BS Yediyurappa Had Resigned On July 10, PM Modi Had His Letter: Sources

advised the PM he wished some extra time to resign, sources say. (FILE)

New Delhi:

Although BS Yediyurappa stored up the suspense on his exit till his tearful announcement yesterday, he had resigned as Karnataka Chief Minister weeks again, sources have mentioned.

Mr Yediyurappa resigned on July 10, in line with sources. A senior chief near him introduced his resignation letter to Delhi and handed it over to Prime Minister Narendra Modi the identical day.

When he took a chartered flight to Delhi to satisfy with and others within the BJP management, there was a robust buzz that he was about to resign.

Reviews mentioned in his assembly with the PM, he had provided to stop citing his poor well being. However Mr Yediyurappa hedged and shut down all discuss of his exit, telling reporters: “In no way, by no means, by no means. There isn’t any fact in it.”

Sources say at that assembly, Mr Yediyurappa advised the Prime Minister he wished some extra time to resign. He reportedly mentioned he wished to unfurl the nationwide flag on Independence Day August 15.

After that Mr Yediyurappa, 78, stored saying he had heard nothing from his occasion and that he would resign the second he was requested to.

Sources say it gave the impression to be an try to undertaking uncertainty over his exit and doubts within the occasion over whether or not to let him go. The obvious fluid standing additionally helped create the impression that the BJP was discovering it arduous to discover a substitute.

In all this hypothesis, Mr Yediyurappa stored a heavy official schedule and met with spiritual heads, together with Lingayat seers, in a perceived message to his occasion management in Delhi on the sturdy help for him.

The Lingayats are a robust group with an enormous electoral influence in Karnataka, a undeniable fact that fortified Mr Yediyurappa for lengthy, regardless that he confronted corruption allegations over time.

Lastly, Mr Yediyurappa might stall no extra as his authorities’s two-year anniversary arrived. He advised reporters on Sunday night that he had heard “nothing until now” from the BJP.

“Nothing has come until now… Within the morning there’s a programme to mark two years of presidency. I’ll converse in regards to the achievements in these two years. After that, you’ll know the progress,” he mentioned. “I’ve determined that I’ll work until the final minute. I already mentioned two months in the past that I used to be able to resign each time I used to be requested to. I’ll say it once more – till now I’ve obtained no message from the centre. As quickly because it comes, in the event that they ask me to proceed I’ll. If not, I’ll resign and work for that occasion,” he added.



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