Disgruntlement is common during Cabinet expansion: Shettar


Team Udayavani, Jan 13, 2021, 8:32 PM IST

Koppal: Everyone aspires to become a minister in the government. Hence, disgruntlement is common during Cabinet expansion, said, Industries minister, Jagadish Shettar

Speaking to the reporters, Shettar said, ” All the leaders will get together and fix the issue. As I am constantly travelling to attend Janasevak convention, I have not noticed Yatnal’s statement. If someone makes a personal statement, I would not like to respond. I don’t even know the CD issue,  party seniors will respond to it”

“As priority was given to those ministers who sacrificed their ministerial positions to join BJP, district level leaders were given less priority. There will be other arrangements done to those ministers,” he added

Reacting to H Vishwanath’s comment over BSY not keeping up his promise, he said, ” BS Yediyurappa is a man who keeps his words. There may be a little confusion but this statement of H Vishwanath is not right. Also, it is better to discuss the issue in party meeting rather than give statements in public”

Also, reacting to Congress Leader Siddaramaiah’s CM change remark, Shettar questioned, ” Is he a BJP spokesperson to comment on this issue? What right does he have to talk about this? ”

 

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