New Delhi: As he arrived here to meet the top BJP leadership, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa today said he has not been asked by anybody in the party to quit.
“Nobody has asked me to resign,” he told reporters here when asked whether he would be quitting as the BJP leadership wanted him to go.
He said he would be meeting his party MPs from Karnataka and later the BJP leadership.
On the charges of irregularities in land allotment favouring his family members, Yeddyurappa said a judicial inquiry was already on in the matter.
Yeddyurappa, who arrived here from Puttaparthi in Andhra Pradesh (rpt) Andhra Pradesh along with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by a special flight, had ignored the party summons yesterday to be available at Delhi for consultations.
The Chief Minister has, however, kept the party guessing on his moves.