Tumkur (Karnataka), Oct 8: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Karnataka, which withdrew support to the Kumaraswamy Government, today said it was waiting for Governor Rameshwar Thakur's response to its memorandum seeking dissolution of the State Assembly before chalking out the next course of action.
Talking to mediapersons here on his arrival for launching a state-wide protest against the Janata Dal (S) for failing to keep up its promise on the transfer of power, former Deputy Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said the party had sought the Governor's action in three days.
''We will decide upon the next course of action after the Governor spells out his decision,'' Mr Yediyurappa added.
In the next two days, the party would undertake a whirlwind tour of the state to highlight the ''backstabbing of the JD(S)'' before the people, the BJP leader said.
''The BJP is not worried about power. It will show people the act of JD(S) in not keeping up its word,'' he said.
Emphasising the urgency of immediate Assembly elections, he expressed confidence that the BJP would come to power on its own in the next polls.