MTB, Viswanath and Shankar demand Cabinet expansion before assembly session


Team Udayavani, Nov 30, 2020, 10:20 AM IST

Bengaluru: MTB Nagaraj, H Vishwanath and R Shankar and others MLAs who joined BJP leaving Congress and JD(S) have demanded that the Cabinet expansion exercise must be done before the beginning of the Assembly session.

According to reports, the MLAs have stated that the promises given to them must be kept and it was because of them that the present government came to power.

It was also reported that the MLAs have decided to meet the chief minister on Monday, November 30 and request Cabinet position for themselves.

“Do Cabinet reshuffle anytime later but expand it first. Full the promises that were given to us,” the MLAs had reportedly said.

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