B S Yeddyurappa will Not Become the Chief Minister Again in His Life – Veerappa Moily
Byndoor: B S Yeddyurappa’s contribution to the Byndoor constituency is nil. He has no time to respond to the peoples’ problems. B S Yeddyurappa is dreaming of becoming the chief minister, but he will not become the Chief Minister again in his life said former chief minister Chikkaballapura MP Veerappa Moily.
He was speaking at a press meet held at the Byndoor Block Congress office on Saturday. Yeddyurappa has given several statements that he will become the chief minister but his bad luck is that there are no changes in the state politics. BJP is trying to destabilize the JDS-Congress coalition government but asserted that the government was ‘stable’ and would complete its five-year term.
“We have joined hands to keep the communal forces out both at the Centre and state level and We will be successful,” The “self-centered politics” of BJP leaders B S Yeddyurappa and B Sriramulu had necessitated byelections to the Shivamogga and Bellary parliamentary seats. It is unfortunate that byelections are being imposed on the voters of Shivamogga and Bellary frequently just to fulfill the selfish wishes of the BJP leaders,” he said.
We will fight the elections together and make sure that all the seats will go in favour of the Congress-JDS alliance. Madu Bangarappa’s family was earlier in the Congress Party. All our youth activists have accepted Madhu Bangarappa as a Congress candidate and it is a sign of victory.
The Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government has failed on all fronts. Before the Lok Sabha polls, Modi promised to bring back the black money stashed in foreign banks and said that ₹15 lakh would be deposited in the bank account of each citizen. In the last four years not even ₹15 have been deposited, he said.
Modi had also promised to provide 2 crore jobs if the BJP was voted to power. However, he has failed to create even 8 lakh jobs in the last four years. Employment opportunities have vanished and oil prices have soared even when the international prices of crude oil were falling. People of the country have now realised that Modi had made tall promises which he has failed to deliver, he said.