Karnataka Cabinet expands tomorrow, CM Yeddyurappa reaches to meet Amit Shah

Aug 19 2019 01:38 PM
Karnataka Cabinet expands tomorrow, CM Yeddyurappa reaches to meet Amit Shah

Bangalore: Karnataka will expand the cabinet on Tuesday. Earlier, CM BS Yeddyurappa has arrived in Delhi to meet BJP President and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Ahead of the meeting, CM Yeddyurappa said, "I am going to get the final list from Amit Bhai, tomorrow (Tuesday) the Cabinet will be expanded at 10.30 am." However, the names of the cabinet ministers have not yet been made public.

According to the report, at least half a dozen ministers will be accommodated in the first expansion of the cabinet. Yeddyurappa was sworn in as the Chief Minister of the province for the fourth time on July 26. H. D. The BJP has formed a government in the state after the Kumaraswamy-led Janata Dal (Secular)-Congress-led government collapsed last month.

On the other hand, Yeddyurappa had decided to hand over the responsibility of investigation in the alleged phone tapping scandal to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Talking to the press on Sunday, Yeddyurappa said that the leaders of all parties had demanded a high level inquiry into the phone tapping case and i have decided to conduct a CBI inquiry into the matter and soon the investigation will start.

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