Just later a day of controversy between Yoge Guru Baba Ramdev and Anna Team member Arvind Khejriwala over putting the corruption charges on Prime Minister, it seems that Ramdev’s controversial period has been started.
In another chain of issue attacked on Ramdev, Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh asks the yoga guru, firstly opened how much black money he raised before debate of his campaign over raise back black money slashed by Indians abroad.
In the much hedging CBI probe against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the “Coalgate” case, a big turning point came while on Friday the agency dismissed any role of prime minister’s office over allegations.
Shocking fact is that now the BJP President Nitin Gadkari’s son is under the allegations of being benefited into irregularities in the coal block allocations case of 2006-09, as per PMO.
The BJP’s Friday Mumbai national executive meet inn which Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was only who was the start of the show as senior leaders LK Advani and Sushma Swaraj skipped meet without any definite reason, claiming prior engagements in Delhi.
After two days high drama of Sanjay Joshi’s exit from the meet to make presence of Modi and removing his differences with Nitin Gadkari, While Modi took the stage; his targetwas the United Progressive Alliance (UPA).
Following the patch up of party president Nitin Gadkari with Gujarat Chief Minister Narender Singh Modi, former Karnataka chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa recently announced to go to Mumbai for being part of the concluding session of the BJP National Executive meeting on Friday.
At the moment when Gadkari will get a second term on his post, Yeddyurappa, earlier decided to skip the meet apparently upset over his removal from the chief minister’s post following graft charges, wants to attend the meet to congratulate him.
Right now before starting the BJP national executive meeting in Mumbai today, a big tragedy blasted while BJP National General Secretary Sanjay Joshi resigned from the party, reasoning the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to skip the crucial BJP National Executive.
Sending his resignation letter to party president Nitin Gadkari, Joshi said that the reason behind this step was that he does not want to be the cause of dissent in the party.
Former Karnataka Chief Minister B. S. Yeddyurappa who has been battling in Parliament for becoming once again as chief minister with great supporters, is looking to have an uncertain political future that shit on his image.
The Supreme Court today ordered the CBI to probe Yeddyurappa’s alleged role in illegal allotment of mining leases scam and filled report as soon as possible before it by August 3.
As B S Yeddyurappa’s want to grow with return in the Parliament as Karnataka chief minister fields BJP a situation in which difficult choice has to be made because they can’t disappear the claim of the Tailor of party.
A huge amount of supporters with 70 MLAs have lightened the full chances of Yeddyurappa’s return as CM. He has field in a resort along with his camp on the outskirts of Bangalore.
48-hour deadline have given to legislature party members to take decision without any further delay and formally electing him as the leader must be complied with.
BJP is under pressure whether to allow present CM Sadananda Gowda to present the budget on Wednesday or ready to accept resignation of Yeddyurappa along with 70 MLAs.
The chances of former Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa are going to be high as his supporters requested Nitin Gadkari, the BJP president to ask Yeddyurappa for once again join chief ministership by Feb 27.
During his two-day Chintan Manthan or brainstorming session, started today, Mr. Gadkari met Yeddyurappa in Bangalore to take some guidelines for removal of a huddle with all its MLAs and MPs as another crisis over issuing an ultimatum to his party in Karnataka.
As per source report, Yeddyurappa said that he was dissatisfied with the current chief minister, Sadananda Gowda who getting too close for comfort to his rival JDS chief HD Deve Gowda. It was the Yeddyurappa who had helped Sadananda Gowda become the Chief Minister after he was forced to resign.