Cabinet expansion only after high command approves of it: Siddaramaiah


Team Udayavani, Nov 11, 2018, 5:02 PM IST

Gadag: Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that the cabinet expansion will be taken up only after the big wigs of Congress party approve of it.

Addressing the press persons here, he said that the state Congress leaders will soon discuss the cabinet expansion plan with the senior leaders and higher authorities of the party and as soon as they give green signal new ministers will be appointed.

Further speaking on Janardhana Reddy’s statement that ex-CM Siddaramaiah is trying to spoil Reddy’s image by fixing him in the scandals Siddaramaiah questioned “why should I spoil his image, who is Reddy?”

He further added that the Jamakhandi and Ballari by-election results have revealed that people are fed up with the BJP and have rejected BJP.

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