Mysuru, September 30:- Given the political scenario in the state, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa is facing a tough situation. No wonder on Sunday he said that he is walking a tight rope.
“I am too small to comment on what the chief minister has said but we will all be with the chief minister and he need not worry,” said Ramadass.
“I don’t know in what context the chief minister made the statement. Yediyurappa will always have some pressure. He is our team captain and we will always cooperate with him,” he said while speaking to media in the city on Monday.
He responded to the statement of BJP MLA Umesh Katti on the disqualified MLAs, saying we should serve food to the guests first.
“When it comes to seniority, I am the seniormost MLA from the region in BJP. But the situation is not so friendly for me now. RSS has taught me discipline. I know how I should behave. Katti’s statement is his opinion, my statement is my opinion,” he added. (MR/KS)