Bengaluru: BJP leader and former minister Jagadish Shettar has said that he will not join Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai constituency. I am not joining CM Basavaraj Bommai Vol. I have taken this decision because I am a former Chief Minister and a senior. B.E.S. Replying to TV9, former minister Jagadish Shettar said that the decision was taken because he had worked with Yeddyurappa.
In the past, I have organized a statewide party. I have worked from the bottom up. Further I work as the General Secretary of the party. If the rich give responsibility. BJP President Nalin Kumar Kateel has also said that my decision is unrelated. I am not involved in the volume for ethical reasons. Jagdish Shettar said, “It is my personal decision.” He said that my decision was brought to the notice of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and former CM Yediyurappa.
Jagadish Shettar defeated Basavaraj Bommai from Hubli-Dharwad Central constituency in 2004. When Basavaraj Bommai joined the BJP in 2008, Jagadish Shettar was in the Ananth Kumar camp. Bommai needed the support of strong leaders for his political survival. So Ananth Kumar (Shettar) is the anti-camp KBS. Bommai got a house from Yediyurappa. But when BSY KJP was formed in 2012, Bommai KJP did not join it. When BSY came back to BJP, Bommai came closer.
Jagadish Shettar, who was the youngest minister in the BSY cabinet, was the youngest minister in the party. Basavaraj Bommai, who is now his own chief minister, has said that when he becomes the chief minister, he will not be in the cabinet.
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(BJP leader Jagadish Shettar says he will not join Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai cabinet)