In a letter, the Karnataka BJP MPs urged the senior party leader to reinstate Yeddyurappa to his previous position which was bestowed to Sadananda Gowda.
Citing the recent development, it seems that Yeddyurappa indeed has proved that despite being terminated from his supreme power, he still has the ability to enjoy enormous support from other party leaders and workers.
Yeddyurappa was forced to resign as Karnataka CM as he was accused of misusing his power in allocating land to his sons and relatives at throwaway prices.
Later he was sent to jail and finally got bail after 25 days. It seems that Yeddyurappa will keep his first word (after coming out of jail) - "I'll be back." Now, time will show - how and when Yeddyurappa will make his entry as the Karnataka CM.