With a jubilant crowd awaiting Yeddyurappa's return from jail late night on Tuesday, he kept all guessing by not announcing what his plans are. There are rumours doing the rounds that BSY might quit the party and float a new party. With senior BJP leader LK Advani's comments on BSY causing considerable hurt to BSY, the chances of the split from the BJP seems to be high.
BSY will visit the Siddaganga Math in Tumkur and Yediyuru Siddalingeshwar Math and has revealed that he will announce his future plans after the same. Speaking to the media after his exit, he said, "I will not comment against any individual or any party at this moment. I have faith in the judiciary and in our democratic set up. Truth will prevail in future. The court had sent me to jail. I honoured the court order. The same court has granted bail today. I know that thousands offered pooja for my release. They prayed for me without celebrating Diwali. I am grateful to them."
On his return to the CM's post, Yeddyurappa said, "I will work for people. I know that power is not permanent, but faith and affection of people are permanent. During the last 24 days in prison, I came to know that people have reposed faith in me."
With present Karnataka CM Sadananda Gowda expressing happiness at BSY's acquittal, he said that he will be more than happy to sacrifice his seat for his mentor. He added that his elevation to the top job in the state was made by the party high command and that he would abide by their orders whatsoever.