No change in leadership as B. S. Yediyurappa will remain as CM for the full term – Nalin Kumar Kateel

ALMATTI; 10 Oct: BJP State President and MP, Nalin Kumar Kateel has said that he would try to exert pressure on the Central Government with the help of Central Ministers, Prahalad Joshi and Sandanand Gowda to declare UKP-III as a national project.

Speaking to media persons before participating in the working committee meeting of the party, he said that the detailed project report related to the project would be submitted to the Central Government from the State government for approval.

He said that his party is giving more importance to irrigation projects of the State.

Claiming the party’s victory in the coming byelection of two assembly and four council polls, he said that people will vote for the party by looking at the administration of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and Chief Minister, B. S. Yediyurappa.

Mentioning about the coming Gram Panchayat polls, Kateel asked the party workers to prepare for the more number of candidates supported by the party to win in the polls.

“ All party workers must get united in the election battle. They should tell the achievements of the State and Central government and make them convinced to vote for the party’s supported candidates”, he said.

He said that because of the bad administration of the Congress-JD(S) coalition government, several of their MLAs quit their respective parties and joined the BJP.

He made it clear that there is no change in leadership as B. S. Yediyurappa will remain as CM for the full term of the government.

Earlier, accusing Former Water Resources Minister and MLA, M. B. Patil of working like a dictator, he said that Patil has been trying to take credit for the projects implemented by the BJP.

Stating that the credit for the irrigation projects of NK region should go to BJP, Kateel said that Patil is only doing publicity stunts.

MLA, A. S. Patil Nadahalli, MLC, Arun Shahapur, former Minister, S.K. Bellubbi, Former MLA, Ramesh Bhusnur, Former MLA, Appu Pattanshetty and leader, Vijugouda Patil were present.

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