Bengaluru: No change in CM, action against those showing indiscipline - BJP state president Nalin


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Oct 21: BJP MLA of Vijayapura and former union minister Basanagouda Patil Yatnal is waging war against chief minister B S Yediyurappa from the day BJP has assumed power in the state.

On October 19, Yatnal had ridiculed Yediyurappa and said that he will not continue in the chief minister's chair for long. On Wednesday, October 21 he also waged war through a Twitter post against Yediyurappa. This has caused embarrassment to the state BJP leaders. BJP state president Nalin Kumar Kateel also took this seriously and warned Yatnal directly that the party will take action against those who show indiscipline.

The cold war between CM Yediyurappa and BJP MLA Yatnal has created chaos in the state BJP. Former CM Siddaramaiah had also expressed his dream of becoming CM for one more term in a programme that was held in Bagalkot on Tuesday, October 20. Former minister Zameer Ahmed had also supported Siddaramiah's ambition.

Nalin Kumar Kateel has clarified the political developments in the state and his party on Twitter. He confirmed that there is no change in chief minister position now and B S Yediyurappa is going to continue as CM for the next three years.

Giving indirect taunt to BJP MLA Yatnal, Kateel said, "BJP does not tolerate indiscipline. We will take strict action against those who exhibit indiscipline."

When Nalin Kumar Kateel was made the BJP state president Yatnal had spewed venom against him. Yatnal had said, "Kateel does not know anything about northern Karnataka. People of northern Karnataka also do not know who is Nalin. What will he do in north Karnataka? None of the BJP workers will listen to his words."

On the whole, it is quite evident that all is not well in the state BJP. Only time will tell whether Yediyurappa will hold on to his position of the chief minister.

  

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  • JNB, Bejai

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Finally Anna is going to take action against...............................!

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    "no change in CM"....

    as if he is the one to decide...

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  • NAVEEN, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Take action against those showing indiscipline . Yeddiji is giving good govt. We are very proud of Shri Nalin kumar Kateel, Your are very good party organizer and number one MP in Karnataka.

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  • rahulraj, kadri

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Development first..Party politics afterwards

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  • NAVEEN, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Chanakya Amith Shah knows your capacity that is why he selected you as party President.

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  • sujith, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    NO 1 waste MP 3 TIMES NOT ABLE TO GET NH 169 MAN GALORE TO MUDBIDRI ROAD WORK DONE , just by name of modi he won the election , , the reason he give for repair of road is land lord not ready to give they are land , but who stopped NH department to at least make existing road pot hole free, unable to drive from kulshekar to vamjoor the road is completely damaged , but our DK people are so good we see more and more flex installed on the same road side

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  • Lokesh Shetty, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Why did you elect him in Mangalore Constituency, that too 3 times in a row ?? Defeat him next time.

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  • sujith, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Sir here we dont see development interns of infrastructure , just cast plays major role , if people have bothered for development this guy wouldn't have been MP of managlore in 3 times

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  • rahulraj, kadri

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    MRPL going to merge with HPCL....Another loss to Mangalore...If merger takes place, control of refinery goes out from hands of Mangalore. No more corporate funds for development in Mangalore....Nalin, plz look into this.

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  • Paul, mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    What this Guy will warn others.
    This one only is useless

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    There is already YETNA-HOLE may you didnt noticed it or afraid to serve the notice as they are afraid of high command unlike the cong high command. You are just dummy piece they kept you as a president to satisfy your EGO !!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Glad to know that Nalin decides who is going to be his CM ...

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  • roshan, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Mr Nalina

    We are still waiting for your Rs. 2000 sand...... But we know that you like to joke a lot...It helps lighten the mood during these hard times....

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  • Rahul, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 22 2020

    Nobody is having daring to touch Yeddiji.
    Let Kateel lead single handedly to Win the elections for BJP or that dirty mouth Yatnal.

    Only Yeddiji is having strength to do this.

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  • Ravi, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 21 2020

    Nalinanna,
    you guys successfully pulled down the previous Govt . Now its your turn . What goes around comes back around!!!

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