Karnataka BJP 'confusion' to end in 3-4 days: Yeddyurappa
Amid the BJP central leadership's crackdown to end infighting in its Karnataka unit, the party's state president B S Yeddyurappa on Monday said the "confusion" in the organisation's state wing would end in maximum three to four days.
"All this confusion will end. It won't repeat again. Our party national president Amit Shah has taken this task, that's the reason Muralidhar Rao (BJP national general secretary and Karnataka in-charge) was sent here...," he said.
Speaking to reporters at Siddapura in Uttara Kannada district, he said, "They (high command) will take appropriate decisions. They will put an end to all this confusion and all these things will come to an end in three to four days. I'm hundred per cent confident that it will not repeat again."
Maintaining that the party would work together to fight the assembly polls, due early next year, Yeddyurappa said the BJP will contest all the 224 seats and expressed confidence that it would win more than 150 seats.
Cracking down on the feuding factions of the party's Karnataka unit, the BJP central leadership on Saturday night relieved two-office bearers each from Yeddyurappa and senior leader K S Eshwarappa camps of their charges.