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Faced challenge since day 1, says Karnataka CM Yediyurappa ahead of possible exit | Latest News India

Though nothing has been confirmed formally, Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa has now made it amply clear that his days because the state’s chief minister are numbered. On Saturday, he mentioned he confronted a number of challenges from the day he took cost because the chief minister however he additionally expressed satisfaction over his time period for he thinks he made sincere efforts to raised the lives of the individuals.

“From the day I took charge as the Chief Minister till now, I had to face several challenges like natural disasters that the state had never faced in the past and the corona pandemic, which ravaged lives. Now once again there is a flood-like situation,” Yediyurappa mentioned.

July 26 might be his final day because the chief minister, he hinted earlier as he had mentioned that he would do regardless of the nationwide management instructs him on July 25, which is tomorrow, on the eve of the completion of two years of the BJP authorities in Karnataka.

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“I am satisfied that despite all these (challenges), I have been able to take steps to improve the living standard of the people and their financial position. …I thank the people for their support in facing the challenge,” the chief minister mentioned.

Yediyurappa’s lengthy political career started as Purasabha president in Shikaripura, was first elected to the Legislative Assembly from Shikaripura in 1983 and went on to win eight occasions from there. This is his fourth stint as Karnataka’s chief minister.

This stint was mired in controversies as a number of BJP leaders have declared open rise up towards Yediyurappa and introduced corruption prices towards him. The “interference” of his son BY Raghavendra within the administration can be one other robust allegation towards the Yediyurappa authorities. Raghavendra is Shivamogga MP.

After relinquishing the CM’s chair, he’ll work for the get together, Yediyurappa has mentioned. “PM Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, and Nadda have a special love and faith towards me. You are aware that no position has been given to those who have crossed 75 years of age,” the 77-year-old chief mentioned.

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