Karnataka Assembly Election 2023: BJP’s internal discord has come to the fore for ticket in Karnataka assembly elections. In Karnataka, a tussle has started in the party regarding the poster boy of the party i.e. former CM BS Yeddyurappa. Distances are being seen between the party’s National General Secretary CT Ravi and Yeddyurappa. On Thursday (March 16) in Chikmagalur district, CT Ravi’s supporters surrounded CM Yeddyurappa’s car. Due to this, he also had to cancel his election campaign.
The party’s Vijay Sankalp Yatra under the leadership of Yeddyurappa reached Mudigere constituency in Chikmagalur district on Thursday (March 16). Here the supporters of CT Ravi gheraoed Yeddyurappa’s car and demanded that MLA MP Kumaraswamy should not be given the assembly ticket. Kumaraswamy is eyeing another term from Mudigere constituency. Yeddyurappa, who was looking angry due to the protest, had to cancel the road show.
party differences came to the fore
The central leadership of the party has given Yeddyurappa a free hand this time. The central leadership has made it clear that from ticket distribution to the formation of the new government, the work will be done under the leadership of Yeddyurappa. On which differences are being seen in the state unit. Housing minister V. Somanna has distanced himself from party affairs. He did not attend the major program attended by party president JP Nadda. Not only this, he went to Delhi and met Amit Shah and kept his point.
Opposition to give ticket to son
Now differences are also being seen between CT Ravi and Yeddyurappa. In fact, ever since Yeddyurappa announced the Shikaripura seat for his son BY Vijayendra, CT Ravi is said to be angry with him. Opposing Yeddyurappa’s decision, CT Ravi had said that the party leadership will decide on ticket distribution, this decision cannot be taken sitting at home or in the kitchen. He said that tickets will be distributed on the basis of the survey.
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