No Mid-Term Polls, Says BS Yeddyurappa Asks Ruling Coalition To Quit
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No Mid-Term Polls, Says BS Yeddyurappa Asks Ruling Coalition To Quit

By Ndtv calender  23-Jun-2019

No Mid-Term Polls, Says BS Yeddyurappa Asks Ruling Coalition To Quit

Ruling out any mid-term polls, Karnataka BJP President BS Yeddyurappa Saturday said the Congress-JDS coalition government would not survive for long because of internal differences and asked it to quit if they were not able to govern the state.
"I have already said this clearly as the state president. We are 105 MLAs. There are more than 20 disgruntled (MLAs) in Congress-JDS. If you don't have the capability to run the administration, resign," Mr Yeddyurappa said.
Speaking to reporters in Bengaluru, he said voters of the state would not agree for another election, 13 months after the assembly polls.
"Taking such decisions with selfish motives is not right. Resign and go home, we will run the administration- I have already said this... According to me, this government will not survive for long if you look at their infighting," he added. 
 

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