Protests natural when leaders miss ministerial posts: CM Kumaraswamy


Team Udayavani, Jun 7, 2018, 9:39 AM IST

Bengaluru: Hours subsequent to extending his cabinet, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Wednesday said that protest is evident while forming the ministry and it is normal for supporters of some MLAs to feel frustrated when they are not given ministerial posts. 

He illuminated that there are no differences within the Congress-JD(S) coalition government. 

Tending to a joint press meet alongside deputy chief minister Dr G Parameshwara, Kumaraswamy reviewed the rough dissents emitted in 2008 when the BJP formed government. A few supporters of ministerial post aspirants went to the extent of burning buses. Yet, such situation does not win now and we will think about each leader. 

More than 25 ministers have been accepted today, some are new faces and some are experienced. We have picked them to give the best service to the public. I have held chats with the new ministers and everybody is waiting to contribute for the general development of the state,” he said. 

“He additionally said that before shaping the bureau, I have held meetings alongside Deputy Chief Minister with the BBMP authorities. More than 3800 potholes should be filled in Bengaluru and we have offered directions to the concerned expert.

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