Former Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai has been announced as the new Chief Minister of the state. Bommai will take oath as the Chief Minister on Wednesday. State observers and Union Minister G. Bommai’s name was formally announced by Kishan Reddy and Dharmendra Pradhan. Basavaraj Bommai is seen as a close confidante of former chief minister BS Yediyurappa, who resigned as chief minister to Somavar.
Earlier, a meeting of the BJP Legislature Party was held at a private hotel in Bengaluru at 7 pm. State observers and Union Minister G. The name of Basavaraj Bommai was sealed as the new Chief Minister in the presence of Kishan Reddy and Dharmendra Pradhan. On the other hand, Bommai met outgoing Chief Minister B. s. Yeddyurappa in a closed room. Bommai reached Yediyurappa’s house and spoke to him for about 20 minutes. However, he did not give any details about the conversation.
Discussion started after meeting Yeddyurappa
This meeting of Bommai Yeddyurappa had started a discussion in the political circles that Bommai could be chosen as Yeddyurappa’s successor. Which eventually turned out to be true. After the meeting, Bommai Kumar went to the Kripa guesthouse, where Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan and Kishan Reddy, who were appointed observers for the legislature party meeting by the party high command, were staying.
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