Karnataka cabinet likely to be reshuffled, CM Bommai hints
Karnataka cabinet likely to be reshuffled, CM Bommai hints

Bangalore: The Karnataka cabinet may soon undergo a major reshuffle. State CM Basavaraj Bommai has indicated this. Giving details, he said that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Jagat Prakash Nadda said that a meeting will be held in Delhi in this regard. Nadda arrived in Karnataka on Sunday on a two-day visit. Nadda's visit is being seen as linked to preparations for the 2023 assembly elections.

CM Bommai further said that the BJP president has informed that the high command will take a decision on the cabinet expansion or reshuffle in the state. It is worth mentioning that Bommai had recently visited Delhi. During that time, he met Nadda. At the same time, he had claimed that there has been a small discussion about the cabinet reshuffle. Interestingly, on April 15, minister KS Eshwarappa resigned from his post after his name came up in the contractor's death case.

On Sunday, Nadda had said that Congress has exploited people for years and compromised with their honour, but the Modi government has given a life of honour to more than 40 lakh people. "Under the Swachh Bharat Mission, 46.31 lakh toilets have been built in the state, which has given a dignified life to women.'' He said the central government has sanctioned 10 rail projects in Karnataka and the work will start soon.

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