B. S. Yediyurappa latest news: Will Yediyurappa’s ‘dinner diplomacy’ work?

B. S. Yediyurappa latest news: Will Yediyurappa's 'dinner diplomacy' work?

With Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa likely to step down, he has invited all BJP MLAs to the party.

Accelerate political movements in Karnataka for CM change; Will Yeddyurappa’s ‘dinner diplomacy’ work?

With Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa likely to step down, he has invited all BJP MLAs to the party.

Karnataka ‘s chief minister BS Yediyurappa , who is a huge pressure on to resign. With Karnataka claiming to have a new chief minister by the end of this month, Chief Minister Yediyurappa has begun to play his political maneuvers through ‘dinner diplomacy’. Yediyurappa has organized a party on July 25 to mark the completion of two years of the BJP government in Karnataka and all BJP MLAs have been invited to attend.

Recently, Chief Minister Yediyurappa met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP national president JP Nadda in Delhi. Sources said that the party’s high command had ordered him to resign. But Yediyurappa has denied the allegations and said he had met the Prime Minister for development work in the state.

After the audio clip of the change of CM went viral.

Karnataka state BJP President nalinakumara katila is an audio clip of 47 seconds viral on social media. In it, he has claimed that a new chief minister and a new team will be working in Karnataka by the end of this month. The High Command has decided to replace Chief Minister Yediyurappa. 

After the audio clip of the change of CM went viral, the BJP state president has claimed that he has nothing to do with it. He has said that he will write a letter to the Chief Minister for an impartial inquiry in this regard.

B. S. Yediyurappa latest news: Will Yediyurappa's 'dinner diplomacy' work?
B. S. Yediyurappa latest news: Will Yediyurappa’s ‘dinner diplomacy’ work?

On the one hand, there is growing pressure on Yediyurappa to resign as Chief Minister, while on the other hand, Yediyurappa has started his political maneuver. It will be clear in the coming weeks whether Yediyurappa’s dinner diplomacy will save his seat.