Senior BJP leaders - Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, Venkaiah Naidu accompanied the Karnataka CM as he earlier had vowed to hold a march to the Presidents office to prove the 'unjustice' done by the governor of the state - HR Bhardwaj.
After landing in the national capital, Yeddyurappa said, "Let us not presume things. I have got 100 per cent confidence in the Prime Minister that he will not take any undemocratic decision and I have got 100 hope that we will get justice."
Yeddyurappa and other BJP leaders voiced for the recall of Bhardwaj as the governor had sent a "unconstitutional demand" to the central government.
Bhardwaj, in his letter to the UPA government, recommended imposition of President's rule in Karnataka and the withdrawal of Yeddyurappa government.
The Bhardwaj-Yeddyurappa battle received a new angle when the governor send a report to the central government recommending president rule in Karnataka.
Sources also informed that Yeddyurappa and his MLAs will return to Bangalore on Wednesday and will participate in a similar kind of parade in front of the Raj Bhawan in the state capital.
BJP is now all set to initiate a new movement against Bhardwaj - Chale jao governor (Go away governor).