‘No leader from BJP was jumping ship: K'taka CM Bommai

BENGALURU: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai dismissed rumours of unhappiness inside the party on Tuesday, said that no leader from BJP was jumping ship.

.After consulting with all of the ministries, district in-charge ministers were appointed. They are all in agreement, and there is no dissatisfaction. "We are all committed to working for the people's welfare and running the administration in the most efficient manner possible," Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai told reporters on Tuesday.

"It is the national policy of our party to allocate the districts which are not the local districts of the ministers," Bommai said in response to a question about the appointment of a district in-charge minister for Bengaluru Rural district. There is no disagreement with this choice. The thoughts about the subject are far from accurate." "A sense of insecurity is haunting the Congress," Bommai remarked in response to state Congress President D.K. Shivakumar's reported assertions that several BJP MLAs are planning to leave the party and join the Congress. Two of the party's top officials have issued statements that make bold assertions. There is no question of any one from BJP jumping the ship. Many people have left Congress to join us.

"You will witness the repercussions of all these things very soon," Bommai added, refusing to participate in political interpretations. Just wait and see how strong the BJP becomes in the next days."

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