After keeping the entire nation in 'suspense', it seems that Yeddyurappa has finally taken a call, that was being speculated among the political circles from a long time.
The BJP's rally to be held in Karnataka capital, Bangalore on Sunday to be addressed by its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has become more exciting after the news of the former chief minister and KJP chief B S Yeddyurappa hit the headlines that he has "offered to join BJP unconditionally".
To substantiate the fact, the posters that feature the BJP's star campaigner NaMo along with Yeddyurappa are enough to put the rumuors to rest.
According to reports, Lingayat strongman Yeddyurappa has offered to deliver 28 seats to the BJP "without any condition" in the upcoming general elections.
The posters feature BJP's PM candidate Modi and Yeddyurappa together.
Sources said that Yeddyurappa will not demand for any position for himself or for his close aides from the BJP.
Yeddyurappa, who parted ways with BJP in December 2012, had welcomed the party's decision to nominate Modi's name as the PM candidate for 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
After Yeddyurappa's exit, BJP had to pay a hefty price in May assembly elections in Karnataka this year, when it was defeated by the Congress.
Now, Yeddyurappa's 'homecoming' comes as a much needed respite to the BJP especially to raise its tally in the upcoming general elections.
However, in BJP, there are two factions who support Yeddyurappa's come back to their party and another does not.