Bangalore: Seeking to downplay differences between him and former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, state BJP president K S Eswarappa on Monday said the accusations made by the former against him, were like "blessings".
"The allegations made by Yeddyurappa are like a blessing to me. He is senior to me," he said in response to queries on allegations made by Yeddyurappa that he and Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda should be blamed for the present "confusion".
Asserting that Yeddyurappa will clarify later that the allegations against him (Eswarappa) were "baseless", Eswarappa said "this is usual way of giving vent to his anger. I can understand his mental state. If I had to face a CBI enquiry, how I would have reacted?"
Expressing happiness about Yeddyurappa's decision not to quit the BJP at the moment, he said "I always knew that he would never leave the party. His (Yeddyurappa) statement has only endorsed my faith. Yeddyurappa, I am confident, will continue to build the party as he has always done".
Taking a swipe at the opposition Congress, Eswarappa said the Congress were "gloating" that this would be the end of BJP.
"We have belied their hopes, we will complete our term and resolve our differences by mutual discussions in the coming days," he claimed.



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