Bangalore, Nov 18: Blaming Chief Minister B S Yedyurappa for the Karnataka BJP crisis, senior party leader Sushma Swaraj said on Wednesday, Nov 18 that the BJP crisis in Karnataka was a shameful episode for the party.
After attending meetings of the newly constituted coordination committee and the legislature party with party senior leaders Arun Jaitley, M Venkaiah Naidu and Ananth Kumar, Swaraj said that the incident was like a bad dream which had taught the party many lessons.
"We have learnt many lessons. The main lesson is that the root cause of most of the problems is lack of dialogue. Chief Minister has to be more and more communicative," she said, adding a monthly coordination committee would be set up to ensure that issues are resolved on time.
In the first legislature meeting after the crisis, Swaraj assured that the works which has been stalled due the two-week long crisis will be taken care of by working overtime.
Talking about the positive side of the incident, Swaraj said that the party has emerged stronger from the entire incident and assured that there would be no repetition of the crisis.
The meetings of the newly constituted coordination committee and the legislature party was attended by Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa along with party's state unit President D V Sadananda Gowda, ministers Jagadish Shettar, K S Eshwarappa, Karunakara Reddy, S Suresh Kumar, R Ashoka and Govind Karjol