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No more feuds, Yeddy seeks peace with governor

December 28, 2010 14:57 IST

After a bitter war of words, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa on Tuesday struck a conciliatory approach towards H R Bharadwaj, saying he would seek a meeting with the governor once in 15 days. The governor and the chief minister have frequently been at loggerheads over the allegations of corruption against the latter.

"I want a peaceful and harmonious relationship between me and the governor," the CM said on Tuesday.

Bharadwaj had recently claimed that he has a 'list of corrupt' in the state and had handed over a copy of it to the CM. Yeddyurappa, on the other hand, has often

spoken out against the governor, alleging that the latter was behaving like a 'Congress agent' and trying to bring down the Bharatiya Janata Party government in the state.


had even threatened to petition President Pratibha Patil to seek clarification on the role of a governor, But the CM, who has apparently changed his stance, on Tuesday said it would be better if the two shared a peaceful relationship.


should be no misunderstandings between the two of us. I am going to meet him on December 31 and will ask him to address the assembly session on January 6," said Yeddyurappa.

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