New Delhi, Nov 7 (ANI): Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa today claimed that the political crisis in the State has been resolved.
Talking to reporters here before leaving for Vaishno Devi shrine,Yeddyurappa said the BJP government in Karnataka would complete its full term.
"I am thankful to my party's national leadership for reposing faith in the leaders and resolving the current crisis. The government will complete its full term under my leadership in the Stat," he said.
"I will take everyone into confidence in running the government - and together we will work for the good of the State without giving any chance for unlawful activities in the State," he added.
Earlier, ruling out possibility of a change in the leadership, the BJP high command discussed a compromise formula to ensure smooth functioning of the State government.
Amid reports that some of the rebels MLAs are ready to resign from the membership of the Assembly, party sources said that the rebel group is being accommodated and the final formula will be in place in a day or two. (ANI)