BJP wave forced Siddaramaiah to change constituency, says Amit Shah
Belagavi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President Amit Shah on Friday said that the wave in favour of BJP in Karnataka has forced Chief Minister Siddaramaiah to change his assembly constituency from Varuna to Chamundeshwari and people in the state will bring the party to power with a huge majority.
Speaking to reporters at Kittur town in the district after paying tributes to the statue Rani Channamma, the warrior queen, Shah said, people in the state want change in guard and will oust the Congress party from power elect BJP with B S Yeddyurappa as chief minister. “Siddaramaiah has realised the mood of the people, hence has been forced to change his assembly constituency,” he said.
Support for BJP has been increasing and the crowd at party programmes is an indication of BJP coming to power, he added.
“BJP will give a strong government under the leadership of Yeddyurappa and it will mobilise all resources for development and make it one of the leading states in the country,” Shah said.