Siddaramaiah says Yeddy lacks clarity
Leader of the Opposition in Karnataka Assembly Siddaramaiah today claimed that former chief minsiter B S Yeddyurappa lacked clarity in his actions and was still in two mind on floating a new regional party.
Talking to reporters here Mr Siddaramaiah said Mr Yeddyurappa was still dilly dallying on his idea of floating a new party and is also nursing a thought of remaining within the BJP.
Mr Yeddyurappa should come clear in his plan of action to float the new Party, Karnataka Janata Party and ask his supporting ministers in the BJP led government and the party legislators to quit and join the new organisation. His call to ministers and party legislators to stay on and allow the government to complete its full term only indicated that he wanted his supporting ministers to continue to make money, Mr Siddaramaiah alleged.
On former External Affairs Minister S M Krishna returning to the state after quitting the UPA Government he said that he would meet him later in the evening. Much against his wishes, Mr Krishna is being extended a rousing reception by the Congressmen in the state who wanted him to lead the party in the next year's assembly elections to victory.