Bangalore, Nov 5 (UNI) Senior BJP leader B S Yeddyurappa will lead BJP-JD(S) Legislators before the President Prathiba Patil in New Delhi tomorrow.
Talking to newsmen here before departure of the Legislators to the National Capital by a chartered flight, Mr Yeddyurappa said that in all 129 Legislators would be paraded before the President in support of the claim made with Governor Rameshwar Thakur to form the next government.
Stating that during the meeting with the President, Congress party's anti-democratic attitude would be exposed, Mr Yeddyurappa alleged that Congress was leaving no stone unturned to thwart the installation of BJP led coalition government in the state despite enjoying majority.
He alleged that State Congress leaders and some of the Union Ministers bringing pressure on the Governor to deny opportunity to form a popular government fearing losing its identity if BJP led coalition assumed power.
Denying that BJP was after power, Mr Yeddyurappa, who had been elected as BJP-JD(S) joint legislative party leader, alleged that it was Congress which tried to split JD(S) and come to power through backdoor even though it had no 'mandate'.
Stating that developmental works in the state would be badly affected, Mr Yeddyurappa said that sooner the end of President's rule was better for people of the State.
Replying to questions Mr Yeddyurappa informed that legislators will not lodge any complaint against the Governor, however demand not to delay anymore to install a popular government.