Dissidence will end soon-CM Bommai


Mangaluru, April.13:  The senior BJP leaders are talking with the dissatisfied leaders and dissidence will end soon, said Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.

He told reporters here on Thursday that the second list of candidates had been released and the candidates need to be announced for 12 Assembly segments. A few MLCs and aspirants have resigned.

Common to change the party in politics  Bommai said changing the parties has become very common in politics. The dissatisfied leaders were convinced. Whatever dissatisfaction prevailing in the party will be addressed soon. The party workers are strong due to which there will not be much damage. The dissidence in most parts of the districts will end soon.
The CM said he was talking with seniors and the party’s high command. Former deputy chief minister Lakshman Savadi must protect the faith of the people. There was no truth in the allegations made by MLA Nehru Olekar.


Replying to a question, Bommai said the high command has been talking to the dissatisfied leaders and he also had held talks with them. The dissidence will be resolved soon. Savadi is a senior leader and has been in politics for a long time. There is pressure on Savadi from the people but it requires time. “Let Nehru Olekar makes any allegations but he must do it with evidence regarding Rs 1500 crore scam charges. No point in a mere statement…let him give documents to justify his charges”.  Congress won’t come to power

The CM said the Congress Party will not come to power as it did not have the candidates for nearly 60 to 65 constituencies and so they are into importing the candidates of other parties. Since that party did not have suitable candidates there is no question of the Congress Party coming back to power.