Karnataka to witness further political change after BJP meeting, says KS Eshwarappa
K’taka to witness political change after BJP meeting: KSE
The minister clarified that the meeting was not meant to discuss a change of leadership but to strengthen the party in the state.
Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department KS Eshwarappa said the state would see yet another political change after the special BJP meeting to be held at the city’s PESIT auditorium on January 2-3.
Speaking to the media here on Monday, Eshwarappa said about 150 selected party leaders will attend the special meeting and state leaders will decide who will attend the meeting. The party’s state official, Arun Singh, is expected to attend the meeting.
The minister also clarified that the meeting was not intended to discuss a change of leadership but to strengthen the party in the state.
He said the government would provide protection for innocent young Muslims, but punish those who bring justice.
Eshwarappa said that Hindus and Muslims live their lives together peacefully in Shivamogga, but attacks on young people belonging to the Hindu religion for no reason cannot be tolerated. So, as a precaution, the prohibition orders were maintained, he added.