Bangalore, Nov 17 (UNI) Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa today expressed confidence in winning the vote of confidence to be moved in the Legislative Assembly on Monday.
Speaking to newsmen after his arrival from National Capital, he said that "I have cent per cent confidence that Janata Dal (Secular) will stick to its stand in supporting the BJP when confidence motion was moved in the Legislative Assembly on November 19." Replying to a question on conditions sent by former Prime Minister and JD(S) National President Deve Gowda, Mr Yeddyurappa said that "I will discuss the issue with former Chief Minister and JD(S) Legislative leader Kumaraswamy and Mr Gowda and we will come to a conclusion only after no confidence motion." "I will not speak to media on the issues which has to be discussed with in the four walls," he added.
Mr Yeddyurappa would meet Mr Kumaraswamy and Mr Gowda tomorrow.