– Suspicion of CT Ravi’s resignation as Minister
Chikmagalur: Minister Ravi was promoted as BJP’s national general secretary and it is said that he will resign from his post. However, the statement issued by City Ravi on the resignation of the minister is doubtful.
Responding to his resignation as a minister, CT Ravi said, “One of us has an unwritten rule. There is also a rule that those who have crossed 75 years should retire from power and politics. But at times, CM BS Yeddyurappa gave him the tag, saying that sometimes nobles have changed unwritten rules.
The unwritten rules have been changed and the decision of the party’s top board. But as a BJP activist and individual choice, it was important to me to organize. Asked whether City Ravi, who has previously spoken of resigning as minister, is a party or a government, I am of the view that the party is important. Our roots are here, even when it comes to national politics. I resign when the party seniors sign up to resign. He said he would continue with the responsibility given by the party. Minister Ravi, who was promoted as BJP’s national general secretary, congratulated BJP’s national secretary in yesterday’s cabinet meeting.
City Ravi, meanwhile, condemned the rape incident in Uttar Pradesh and said that stern action should be taken against the rapists. But the politically charged attitude is not right. The mood of the vultures waiting for Congress to die. Rahul Gandhi did not go out of his way to console himself. Instead he went out to do a show. Tong gave the show a consolation.