Bangalore, Dec 28 (ANI): Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa on Monday admitted that the recent compromises which he made to stay in power are not good for the future of the state.
Addressing a public gathering here, Yeddyurappa said: "I have made a lot of compromises and changes to retain power and government, the expectation of people have been not made properly."
At the same time Yeddyurappa asserted not to repeat the mistakes.
" I also personally feel that there is need to bring changes in administration. I do not want to continue if I loose the faith of the people," he added.
Yeddyurappa also said that if he failed to keep the belief of the people he has no right to continue as chief Minister of the state.
Earlier last week, Yeddyurappa inducted M P Renukacharya who is facing severe charges, to his cabinet.
Most of the senior MLAs and party leaders including state president Sadananda Gowda openly expressed their unhappiness over this decision. (ANI)