Man commits suicide over Yediyurappa’s resignation

Yediyurappa has conveyed his condolences and has requested people to not take such rash decisions. Ups and downs are common in politics, Ex-CM says.

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A 38-year old man belonging to Chamrajnagara’s Gundupete taluk commtited suicide over B.S Yediyurappa’s resignation. The man was sad upon Yediyurappa stepping down from the Chief Minister post and took a decision to end his life in Bommalapura.

The ex-chief minister conveyed his condolences to the family of the deceased Rajappa Ravi stating that ups and downs is a part and parcel of politics. Stating that he was pained by the incident, he said that it was unaccepteable to take away one’s life. He also requested people to not go over-board in such situations.

Yediyurappa stepped down as Karnataka’s Chief minister on Monday, two years after the formation of the BJP government. The 78-year old veteran said that it was his voluatary decision to do so and he will continue to participate in state politics.The next person to occupy the seat is yet to be decided by the ruling party.

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