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Portfolio Allocation : BSY rubbishes fissures in Karnataka BJP


Team Udayavani, Aug 27, 2019, 6:15 PM IST

Bengaluru:  Several reports have cropped up suggesting that the new ministers inducted in the Karnataka cabinet are not happy with their portfolio allocations.

All 17 ministers who were recently inducted into Chief Minister BSY’s cabinet were allotted various portfolios on  August 26. Along with cabinet portfolios, three of the ministers, Govind M Karajol, CN Ashwath, Narayan and Laxman Sangappa Savadi were named deputy chief ministers.

Responding to the reports, BSY on Tuesday rubbished the claims and assured that there is no difference of opinion among with party members regarding the cabinet expansion and the assigned portfolios.

Speaking to ANI after handing over the charge as BJP state president to Mangaluru MP Nalin Kunar Kateel, BSY said that there are no differences in opinions among his ministers.

 

 

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