Bommai said he will not become 'rubber stamp cm'
Bengaluru: Disproving of the criticism of he is become ‘rubber stamp chief minister’ of B.S.Yediyurappa, the newly elected chief minister Basavaraj Bommai said he will register a ‘permanent stamp’ on the developments of the state.
Considering his proximity with former chief minister B.S.Yediyurappa, opponents of lingayat strongman and critics of BJP, stated that Mr. Bommai will be a shadow of his political guru, however, Mr. Bommai categorically rebutted the criticisms.
Speaking to reporters after chairing the cabinet meeting, Mr. Bommai said, "I will register a permanent stamp on the development of the state".
Replying to his earlier statement on taking the advice of his political guru, B.S.Yediyurappa, Mr.Bommai said, “I will take his advice to carry forward his developmental works in the state. Former Chief Minister B.S.Yediyurappa has given good administration, his Covid schemes had lauded by all, his pro-developmental schemes will be carry forward during my tenure”, Mr. Bommai clarified.