After finding himself in the vortex of a factional war within the Karnataka unit of the BJP\u00a0for the last couple of weeks, party's state president B S\u00a0 Yeddyurappa today said all is well within the party. Claiming that the party was united as it prepares itself for the 2018 assembly polls, he said there is no difference of opinion between him and senior party leader K S Eshwarappa, both of whom had engaged in an unsavoury public spat. "There is no problem at all, there is no difference of\u00a0 opinion at all..," Yeddyurappa said in reply to a question if the differences have been sorted out between him and\u00a0 Eshwarappa. "No problem at all, we are together, we are going to\u00a0win 150 seats. that's why I'm touring for about 45 days. All our leaders will be in important places, our leaders Ananth Kumar and other Union ministers will also take part," he said. Yeddyurappa and Eshwarappa had indulged in a public\u00a0spat, over the former's "unilateral" style of functioning and appointment of party office-bearers "ignoring loyal workers" and the old guard of the party. Also watch: Yeddyurappa was speaking to reporters after releasing a "chargesheet" against Siddaramaiah-led Congress\u00a0government here. Setting the tone for 2018 assembly elections, Yeddyurappa along with several senior party leaders will be travelling across the state from May 18 to June 27. The "chargesheet " released in the form of a booklet was prepared by the Leader of Opposition in the legislative assembly\u00a0Jagdish Shettar. It lists the 'failures' of various departments and seeks to point out the level to which the government\u00a0has kept up its promises, as it completes four years in office. Asked about Eshwarappa's absence at the event, Yeddyurappa remained silent while Shettar said "in the last three years also when the chargesheet against the government was released, Eshwarappa was not part of it and it has continued." Claiming that as per various surveys of private agencies, Karnataka is the most corrupt state with number\u00a0one position, Yeddyurappa alleged that the law and order\u00a0situation in the state has "completely failed" under this\u00a0government. Karnataka stood second in the country in terms of the numbers of farmer suicides, he said adding the crime and extortion rate has increased and there was no honest effort by the government to control them. Accusing the state government of showing "inefficiency" in distribution of central relief to the affected farmers, Yeddyurappa also charged that loans taken by the government was the highest compared to any of its predecessors. He also demanded that the chief minister waive farmers' loans, while chiding the government for blaming the centre for not doing its part in mitigating the problem. Listing the government's 'failures' department\u00a0wise, Shettar called the state government "irresponsible." He said like the chief minister, his government is also in "sleeping mode." Stating that the Congress has been "failing" across the\u00a0 country, Shettar said in Karnataka, the BJP under the leadership of Yeddyurappa will ensure that the state is "Congress free." He also claimed people will bring the BJP back to power in\u00a02018 and teach a lesson to the Congress.