Amit Shah Karnkataka Visit To Review Political Situation Is Big Sign Of Changes Before Assembly Election 2023

Karnataka Politics: Union Home Minister Amit Shah arrived in Bengaluru...

Karnataka Politics: Union Home Minister Amit Shah arrived in Bengaluru on his Karnataka tour. It is said that during his Karnataka visit, Union Home Minister Amit Shah discussed the recent developments and organizational issues of the party with Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and senior BJP leaders of the state. Shah also held discussions with state BJP stalwart and former Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa. He had arrived here on Wednesday night to participate in today’s ‘Sankalp Se Siddhi’ program of the Confederation of Indian Industry on the 75th year of India’s independence.

Shah inquired about recent events

According to sources, Shah discussed the recent communal killings, including the murder of BJP worker Pravin Nettar. Nettar was murdered in Dakshina Kannada district following which the party and Yuva Morcha staged widespread protests at several places and their members resigned. Expressing their displeasure, Hindutva thinkers and organizations accused the state government of not standing up for the protection of Hindu workers.

State Home Minister said – asked what, can not tell

Shah obtained information from state Home Minister Araga Gyanendra about the recent killings in Dakshina Kannada and the incidents related to them. In response to a question, Gyanendra told reporters, “Can’t share anything with you about the information he has got. Instead of saying that he sought clarification, I would say that he collected information.

Claiming that Shah was satisfied with the functioning of the state government, he said, “He keeps getting all the information, he doesn’t need to come to Bangalore for the same, he also gives suggestions from time to time.” ‘

discussion on organizational change

Sources said that Shah is also said to have held informal talks about some organizational changes in the midst of the term of state BJP president Nalin Kumar Kateel coming to an end this month. According to sources, there is no clarity regarding discussions on the much-awaited expansion or reshuffle in the Bommai cabinet. Kateel took over as the state president from Yediyurappa in August, 2019.

Assembly elections may be held in May next year

Shah’s meeting with Yediyurappa is significant in the sense that he (Shah) signaled the end of his innings in electoral politics with the statement that if the party fielded his son B Y Vijayendra from his constituency Shikaripura in the 2023 Karnataka Assembly elections. If she takes off, she will vacate this seat.

Many leaders in the party feel that the leadership wants to ensure that Yeddyurappa does not feel marginalised. The party fears that if Yeddyurappa decides to become inactive, it will have a negative impact on the elections. Assembly elections are likely to be held in Karnataka in May next year.

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