Veteran BJP leader BS Yediyurappa, who recently stepped down as the Chief Minister of Karnataka, has advised party leaders to avoid overconfidence. In a program on Sunday, he advised his party colleagues that they should not take the opposition lightly. He said that the opposition cannot be underestimated in the coming assembly elections. In the BJP core committee meeting, Yeddyurappa said, ‘I have a suggestion for all of you. None of you should take the opposition lightly. They have their own equations and strengths.
Along with this, the veteran leader of Lingayat community said that some people of Congress are in touch with BJP leaders. Yeddyurappa, who stepped down as CM on July 26, warned party leaders, “You people have to live with confidence without giving them any chance of sabotage.” We have to make sincere efforts to bring the BJP back to power with 140 seats in the next assembly elections. Along with this, he also advocated the entry of OBC and Dalit community leaders in the party. He said that the party would be strengthened only by giving entry to the people of these communities.
Said- To strengthen the party, I will take out a yatra in the entire state
BS Yediyurappa said that we have to involve 20 to 25 women and youth leaders at the booth level. He said that our workers will have to take the welfare schemes of the Central and State Governments from door to door. He said that soon I will take out a yatra across the state to strengthen the party. He said that we have to win the by-elections in Hanagal and Sindagi assembly seats. If we are not able to do this then it will be a wrong sign for the party. He said that any leader of the party should refrain from making the mistake of taking these by-polls lightly.