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BANGALORE: Minister for Animal Husbandry and Small Savings Revu Naik Belamagi said here on Friday that many persons had tried to dislodge Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa from his post ever since he came to power, but the Chief Minister had been successful in overcoming all the hurdles and conspiracies.
Speaking to presspersons, the Minister said while the elements inimical to his interest kept on making attempts to remove Mr. Yeddyurappa, but more than this number, a large number of his well-wishers and sympathisers were praying for his continuity, which kept him in good stead.
Denying that there was any groupism in the Bharatiya Janata Party, Mr. Belamagi said that all the leaders, including Ministers, were working in unison in the by elections for the victory of the party candidates.
Asked which group he belonged to, the Animal Husbandry Minister replied: Bharatiya Janata Party.
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