BS Yeddyurappa formally rejoins BJP

Former Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa on Thursday rejoined the BJP and merged his Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP) with the Bharatiya Janata Party.

BS Yeddyurappa announces merger of KJP with BJP

Capping weeks of intensified efforts, decks were on Thursday cleared for the merger of BS Yeddyurappa-led KJP with BJP, as both parties jointly announced their union declaring that they would complete all the formalities within three or four days.

Want to join BJP to make Narendra Modi PM: Yeddyurappa

Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP) chief BS Yeddyurappa on Monday said that people in Karnataka want him to re-join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

KJP won`t merge with BJP but will support NDA, Narendra Modi: BS Yeddyurappa

After meeting Karnataka Janata Party district leaders, BS Yeddyurappa announced that his party has unanimously decided not to merge with the Bharatiya Janata Party, but to support National Democratic Alliance.

Cong to have no pre-poll alliance with Yeddyurappa

Congress will have no pre-poll alliance with B S Yeddyurappa`s Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP), senior party leader Veerappa Moily said on Monday dismissing reports in this regard.

Yeddyurappa`s return: BJP puts ball in ex-chief minister`s court

Applying brakes to efforts by a section of the party to bring back BS Yeddyurappa, BJP put the ball in the former Karnataka Chief Minister`s court, saying proposal for homecoming should come from him.

Cong win in Karnataka good for state: Yeddyurappa

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.

Split in KJP-BJP votes helped Congress bag 121seats: Yeddyurappa

Former Chief Minister and Karnataka Janata Paksha president B S Yeddyurappa on Thursday said it was the split votes of his party and BJP that helped Congress bag 121 seats in the May 5 assembly polls.

Season of defections show no sign of abating in Karnataka

In the "season of defections" ahead of May five Karnataka Assembly polls, two more BJP MLAs—Pratap Gowda Patil and T H Suresh Babu—quit ruling party as churning in the political landscape continued.

KJP can be a strong regional party: Yeddyurappa

KJP supremo BS Yeddyurappa on Thursday said his party was capable of emerging as a strong regional outfit.

BSY says K’taka BJP has lost majority; threatens to meet Governor

As BJP continued to crack down on his supporters in the ruling dispensation, BS Yeddyurappa on Tuesday threatened retaliation.