Bengaluru: Yediyurappa's 'tight rope walk' - Kumaraswamy, Siddaramaiah advise to step down


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Oct 1: Chief minister B S Yediyurappa's claim of doing a 'tight rope walk' in running the government has evoked comments from his friends and foes alike. As the BJP leaders and opposition parties began making their own analysis about the statement, BJP leaders stepped in and asked the party leaders not to make any comments on the issue, either negative or positive.

Former chief minister Siddaramaiah said that he feels pity for Yediyurappa and advised the chief minister to resign if he finds it difficult to handle the post. "The party leaders have clipped his wings. He is a weak chief minister," he ridiculed. H D Kumaraswamy went a step further and asked Yediyurappa to have a glance at the plight of the flood-affected people from above the rope and try to improve their condition. He said that if does not do so, the people will bring him down from the rope.


(From L to R): Siddaramaiah, H D Kumaraswamy and B S Yediyurappa

Minister V Somanna said that Yediyurappa is under tremendous pressure because of various responsibilities he has to discharge, R Ashok said he does not know under what circumstances the chief minister had said so. Eshwarappa said that Yediyurappa had expressed what he has felt. Deputy chief ministers Laxman Savadi and Govind Karjol, said that his statement has been wrongly understood. Union minister Prahlad Joshi, felt that there is no need to assign any special meaning to what Yediyurappa had said.

It came as a surprise that Yediyurappa, in spite of his statement going for a toss and various people making different comments on it, chose to ignore them and stay away from all kinds of controversies.

Some of Yediyurappa's supporters feel that the party's effort to have a hold over the government through state president, Nalin Kumar Kateel, and instruction issued to him to discuss with top leaders even less important issues before taking any decision on any issue, have created tension in the chief minister's mind as a result of which he would have termed his condition as tight rope walk.

  

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    We in Maharashtra, are due for elections.... Well, it is a forgone conclusion, that BJP and Shiv Sena, will retain absolute power.... Likewise if elections, are scheduled, in Karnataka, then it is absolutely obvious, to conclude, BJP, riding back to power !!!!!! The demolition team, of PM Modiji and Home Minister, Amitbhai Shah, has totaly, destroyed all opportunist opposition parties, namely, Congress and all its allies !!!!!!!

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Yediyurappa has to do the circus after the bye elections permanently. So it is good for him to have practice now itself of walking on tight rope and some other tricks, which will be useful after December.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Last Days of Yeddyurappa ...

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  • Vishal, Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Yeddyurappa's desperation speaks. How long he will be able to hold himself back God alone knows but it is very clear that he is feeling uncomfortable in the present situation. In a way it is unfair to him but one should not lose sight of the fact that the last time he had thrown all caution to the wind to go about looting everything that came his way. So now he might be needing the permission of the high command even to go to the toilet. Whether he wants to continue at the cost of his self respect, only he can tell. One thing, however, is very clear. His days are numbered and sooner rather than later, the high command will show him the door. They are just biding their time. But unfortunately the people of the state have to pay for all this drama. Governance has gone for a toss and the flood victims are waiting with their mouths open.

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  • Francis Lewis, Sastan

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    He came from the back door to become CM
    Let him resign if he cannot handle the situation

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  • JNB, Bejai,Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Sriman Yeddyurappa Jie is demographically elected CM, We have to respect his post and chair!
    *He totally proved that his Astrologer is correct

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  • DG, Mysore

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Why did these two jokers not step down when they were not able to manage and kept holding on to the kursi until it was pulled out.

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  • AnoNymouS, Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    It was pulled out by the traitors in their own party who were paid by the Father of Lotus

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  • Dsouza, Mudarangadi/Udupi

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    We simply support their musical chair game, in return comon man and our state only loose developments. Leaders simply play their game and end their day, they have income on both from win and lose.
    Repeatedly changing government will stop all developmental works of our state, we only invite troubles unknowingly.

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  • Indian, Udupi

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Mr.Siddaramaiah is comparatively better than the Two CM's, if not a fresh face from BJP as an CM is much better than Siddaramaiah, public will definitely support an new face CM in BJP.

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  • Krishna, Udupi

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    write down,

    no more Congress CM to karnataka or Congress PM to India............

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  • Shivu, Udupi

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Time will decide...

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    very soon yeddy's kurchi will touch fire from lightening & thunder becoz of his blunder. he will resign & surrender.

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  • Krishna, Udupi

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    but siddu will not become CM in life time for sure........

    next he will loose from Badami tooo....

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    in fact siddu don't want c.m. position & he will not contest elections. u r simply jealous of #1 c.m., of karnataka. but yeddy' will go, sure.

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  • Hussain, Kaup

    Tue, Oct 1 2019

    Even in 2013 he told he will not contest any more elwction,
    In 2018 again he told same

    In 2023 he will tell sane and will contest,that will be lazt defeat for him

    In 2028 he will nit get ticket to contest election from any party

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