‘Will ensure Siddaramaiah continues in opposition after 2023 polls’

Bengaluru, Sep 13 (PTI): Former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa who attend the legislative assembly session for the first time after demitting office, on Monday said he will function as an ordinary BJP MLA and would make all efforts to ensure Congress leader Siddaramaiah continues to remain in opposition after 2023 assembly polls in the state. The BJP strongman said his successor Basavaraj Bommai was doing a “good job” as the Chief Minister and that he would extend all kinds of support and cooperation to him. “I don’t have any such thing, with utmost happiness I will function as an ordinary BJP MLA, there is nothing that I want to function only as Chief Minister. As an MLA sitting in the back benches, I will appreciate the good work of the government and do everything to ensure that the opposition parties continue to remain in opposition in the days to come,” Yediyurappa said in response to a question on attending the session as an MLA. Speaking to reporters here, he said he will continue work for the BJP along with other party leaders by travelling across the state after the assembly session.

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