Angry Congress MLAs in Karnataka convened on Tuesday, Yeddyurappa said: “In our contacts:
Chief Minister Kumaraswamy had met the angry legislators on Friday. It was said that angry MLAs will take the right decision.
Some senior Congress leaders and legislators, who are angry at the division of Karnataka in Karnataka, have called a meeting on Tuesday. Earlier, senior BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa claimed that some angry Congress MLAs were in touch with him. However, he did not disclose the name of the legislators. On the other hand, two ministers of JDS are also being upset about not getting Manamatabakak Department. Let us state that on June 6, the Cabinet of the Congress-JDS coalition government had expanded. 25 ministers took oath in this. These included 14 Congress, 9 JDS and one BSP and independents. A day after the cabinet expansion, there was talk of discontent among the Congress legislators and the former ministers.
Yeddyurappa said the Congress had given the JDS to the important department
– Yeddyurappa said, “Since the formation of JDS-Congress government on May 23, the administration has come to a standstill. Congress gave JDS an important department and surrendered to him. His (Congress) leaders are trying to settle their own party. ”
Two JDS ministers also angry
– According to the news agency, JDS Deve Gowda (Higher Education) and CS Pittaraju (Short Sichai) of JDS are not happy with their ministries. Please tell that GT Deve Gowda had defeated Chief Minister Siddaramaiah before the Chamundeswari seat. At the same time, CS Puttaraju had contested assembly election from Melukote, leaving the Lok Sabha seat.
Kumaraswamy had met the angry MLAs
– Chief Minister Kumaraswamy and Deputy Chief Minister God had met the angry MLAs on Friday evening. After this Kumaraswamy believed that some Congress MLAs are dissatisfied, but hopefully they will make all the right decisions.
At the same time Congress’s D Shivkumar also believed that some of his senior leaders were hurt, but the party has kept all the options open for sharing the post of ministers.