strongBangalore:/strong For the first time after the BS Yeddyurappa faction demanded his scalp, Karnataka Chief Minister DV Sadananda Gowda hinted today that his exit might be imminent, even as he sought to highlight the achievements of his 11-month rule.
The party's central leaders have told warring factions that a decision on leadership issue would be taken in the next four-five days, Gowda told reporters after meeting members of the public at his home-office Krishna.
I, (Jagadish) Shettar, (K S) Eshwarappa (state BJP president) have told the central leaders that we will abide by their decision. They said they will take a decision in four-five days, said Gowda, who returned here last night after consultations with the central leadership.
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