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Yeddyurappa warns BJP

Posted on Dec 08, 08:36PM | UNI

Former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, who is taking over the reigns of Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP), today warned the BJP leadership that he would not tolerate any harm caused to his supporters and that party will be responsible for its downfall.

Talking to newsmen on his arrival here, he said he was not interested to topple the present BJP-led Government. 'My desire is to see that present government completes its full term. In case they try to harm any of my supporters, I will not tolerate the harm caused to them.' He said more than five lakh people will assemble in Haveri tomorrow to witness the grand opening of KGP in Karnataka. The party will win hearts of the people of the state in the coming election and will rule for the next term. He also said he would emerge as the Chief Minister in another six months.

He said he was not aware of any core committee meeting being held in Delhi and he would wait till this evening and will go ahead with his own plan of action.