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Four from Congress may get ministerial berth


Team Udayavani, Jul 6, 2018, 1:33 PM IST

Bengaluru: With tension building on the Congress party administration, the party high summon has given green flag to draft four ministers into H.D. Kumaraswamy cabinet, not long after the Budget session. 

Presently Congress has six vacant seats from its portion, in which party has chosen to fill four seats. Amid a speech held as of late with former Chief Minister, Chairman of Coordination Committee Siddaramaiah and vice president Minister Dr. G. Parameshwara and KPCC in-control K.C.Venugopal hosts conveyed the message of party high summon to enlist four ministers into Kumaraswamy cabinet. 

Applicants pressurized the party high summon to fill vacant posts as quickly as time permits. Indeed, even state leaders have supposedly asked for the party high charge to do likewise to soak the dissident activities within the party.

Party has confronted feedback for not offering portrayal to Lingayat, Kuruba, Reddy and ST people group in first round of development. Hence, it will offer need to each of the three communities this time. Alongside M.B. Patil, Gadag MLA and senior leader H.K. Patil and BTM Layout MLA Ramalinga Reddy stand a shot in the Cabinet expansion. 

From Kuruba community, party will incline toward senior leader and Kundgol MLA C.S. Shivalli. From ST quantity, MLAs of Bellary area, E. Tukaram and B. Nagendra are in the race. 

Party high summon is probably not going to defer its choice of giving consent for cabinet expansion. As a harm control measures, it has been chosen to draft four ministers, Jarakiholi said and included that he isn’t an aspirant for ministerial post.

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