Despite BJP's sweeping victory, Yeddyurappa says he will not ask Kumaraswamy to resign

Bengaluru:  Karnataka BJP president BS Yeddyurappa is firm that he will not ask the chief minister to vacate his post. Yeddyurappa's comments come just as the BJP has seen victory in about 24 seats of the 28 in Karnataka. BS Yeddyurappa had earlier said that the BJP would easily walk away with at least 22 seats.


 

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