Bengaluru: Revenue Minister R Ashoka said that a few MLAs and ministers are trying to change the CM in the state.
His statement has confirmed the rumors that BJP State Unit is now a divided house and all MLAs are not happy with the style of functioning of the CM. "A few MLAs and ministers are behind this effort to change the CM. They are holding separate meetings," said R Ashoka.
According to the sources, BJP high command has asked CM B. S. Yediyurappa to hold state legislature party meeting at the earliest. Meanwhile, BJP National President J. P. Nadda and State In-charge Arun Singh declined to meet Tourism Minister C. P. Yogeshwar in New Delhi. Yogeshwar was camping in New Delhi for the last few days to meet the national leaders seeking change in the CM.
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