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Thursday, 28 July 2011

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“I paid God huge money, nobody dares to tell me to resign,” Yeddy Appa

Ignoring the BJP parliamentary board's demand to resign from his post Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa (Yeddy Appa) said to his supporters "Don't worry, I have paid huge bribe to Tirupati's Balaji since 2009. I visited the temple for 7 times. I know God is with me and he will not let me go from the post. Besides that I have bought new Fevicol as well and I have attached myself to CM's chair. I am not going to go. Forget Ananth, Eshwarappa, Shettar and Gowda, nobody stands in front of me."

There is a rumor that Pidilite Industries, makers of Fevicol has offered huge amount to promote their brand. A formal letter from the company will release in next few days announcing Yeddy Appa as their brand ambassador. Appa's son said that it was the proud feeling for us to attach to such a big brand. An official of Pidilite Industries without disclosing his name said "we always tried to bring the best models for promoting our brand "Fevicol". In our view, currently the best person to promote Fevicol is Yeddy Appa only. And we are grateful that he is joining us. A formal announcement will be coming soon."

One of the Pandits in Tirupati Temple said "We had sent a formal proposal to government of India to count the wealth of our temple." With a big smile on his face he said "We are sure that our wealth is much more than Kerala's Padmanabhaswamy Temple's wealth. It was our honor that Yeddy Appa considered Tirupati to visit 7 times. And it was his donation and contribution which helped us to send a formal proposal to the government of India."

BJP started moving fast after Lokayukta's report. BJP spokesperson Ravishankar Prasad said that the party has decided that it was time for a change in the Karnataka BJP leadership. He also said that Arun Jaitley and Rajnath Singh will go to Bangalore on Friday to choose an alternative leader. However, one BJP leader requesting his name no to be disclosed said "Party leaders were furious on Appa as he ate more than Rs16000Cr. However, he spent all the money in Tirupati temple and buying land for himself without giving anything to BJP." "Every senior leader was upset. He told them in earlier meetings that the scam was very small scale," he added.

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