Years after their animosity reduced BJP to a bystander in State politics, the Yeddyurappa and Eshwarappa duo have tarted it out again, with Eshwarappa calling Yeddyurappas District appointments wrong and unilateral.
Infighting among senior leaders of Bharatiya Janata Party in Karnataka has come to fore once again with K S Eshwarappa, the former state unit president of the party, criticising B S Yeddiyurappa, the incumbent chief of the party’s state unit for his unilateral decisions.
Addressing media persons in Bidra, the Kuruba Gowda community leaders expressed displeasure at the way in which the Lingayat stalwart chose the party office-bearers and presidents of district units. “These are the results of a unilateral decision taken by Mr. Yeddyurappa,” Mr. Eshwarappa said.
“These appointments were made without discussing these names in the party core committee meeting. This is wrong and I will raise the issue at the proper platform,” he said adding that he would question the appointments before the senior leaders concerned in the party.