Slamming Siddaramaiah for making light of Narendra Modi government's achievements, BJP National Vice President BS Yeddyurappa today challenged the Karnataka Chief Minister for a debate on the issue, saying BJP had tried to clear the "stains" of UPA's 10-year rule.
Targetting the Congress Government over increasing sexual assaults, particularly of minor girls in schools, Karnataka BJP on Wednesday staged a protest, demanding resignation of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Home Minister K J George.
Karnataka Janata Paksha president B S Yeddyurappa on Saturday described the Congress win in May 5 assembly polls as good for the state, but said it remained to be seen how the party was going to govern.
Founder president of Karnataka Janata Party Padmanabha Prassana Kumar today alleged he faced threats to his life in Karnataka from B S Yeddyurappa, who is heading KJP now and he wanted `political asylum` in Tamil Nadu.
Yeddyurappa said people of North Karnataka could be happy if the Assembly was dissolved as "he is not doing good to the region" by dropping Karnataka Janata Party supporters from various boards and corporations.