Karnataka Cabinet Expansion: Final List Expected On Tuesday: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai


Final List For Karnataka Cabinet Expansion Expected On Tuesday: Chief Minister

Karnataka Cabinet enlargement: Basavaraj Bommai mentioned a dialogue was held with BJP chief JP Nadda (File)

New Delhi:

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday mentioned an in depth dialogue was held with BJP president J P Nadda on the enlargement of his cupboard and the ultimate record is anticipated on Tuesday.

Once the record of latest ministers is finalised, the day of the oath-taking ceremony will probably be determined after dialogue with Karnataka BJP chief Nalin Kumar Kateel, he mentioned.

The new cupboard will probably be chosen balancing all components, together with regional and social illustration. Those who migrated to the BJP from different events needn’t fear, Mr Bommai mentioned.

Union Minister Prahlad Joshi and Kateel additionally attended the assembly.

“We had a detailed discussion with Nadda ji. We are expecting the final list tomorrow evening,” Mr Bommai informed reporters after a near an hour-long assembly.

“One list was discussed with the BJP chief and he has said that he will re-look at it and finalise it by tomorrow evening. We will get to know the number of new ministers and their names tomorrow,” he mentioned.

Mr Bommai mentioned that two to 3 lists with totally different combos have been submitted to the social gathering chief for consideration.

Asked if the BJP will contemplate those that have migrated from different events, the chief minister mentioned, “I want to tell clearly that they are not immigrants, and they are our own people. A decision will be taken from the party’s side. No need to worry about that… We will take care of everyone.”

The BJP central management can have one other spherical of debate inside themselves earlier than releasing the ultimate record, Mr Bommai mentioned.

Since Parliament is in session, the social gathering central management could take a name within the night or night time, he added.

“We explained the ground situation in the state. They have also expressed certain things. We want to give a proactive and credible cabinet,” Mr Bommai mentioned.

The assembly with Mr Nadda was rescheduled 4 occasions.

During the day, the chief minister additionally met BJP nationwide common secretary B L Santosh and Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

However, Mr Bommai’s assembly with Home Minister Amit Shah couldn’t happen.

Sources mentioned that one spherical of debate on cupboard enlargement between Mr Bommai and senior social gathering leaders happened on Sunday night time.

In Karnataka, senior Congress chief and former chief minister Siddaramaiah took a dig on the BJP authorities, saying the brand new chief minister was operating round for cupboard enlargement as a substitute of specializing in COVID-19.

“Thousands have died in the absence of adequate hospitals, beds, ventilators and oxygen. It must be prevented from recurring but Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is running around for cabinet expansion instead of focusing on COVID-19,” Mr Siddaramaiah informed reporters in Karwar, the headquarter city of Uttara Kannada district.

Earlier within the day, Mr Bommai mentioned the enlargement will probably be finished in a balanced means holding in thoughts the earlier staff.

He additionally mentioned that cupboard formation, together with whether or not it ought to be finished in a number of levels or one go, could be mentioned with Mr Nadda.

Even balancing of regional and social illustration will probably be saved in thoughts whereas deciding names, he mentioned.

“Based on these factors, the numbers and names will be decided. Even how many deputy chief ministers should be made will also be decided,” Mr Bommai had mentioned.

The chief minister mentioned that within the present political scenario, efforts will probably be made to take everybody collectively.

“We are hopeful that cabinet making will be fruitful. Not only fruitful, it should serve the purpose of serving the people of the state,” he mentioned.

The chief minister mentioned some aspirants have met him right here and held discussions.

“They also know, not everyone can become ministers,” he mentioned.

“We will do it in a balanced way keeping in mind the previous cabinet team,” he had mentioned.

Mr Bommai took oath because the chief minister on July 28 after the resignation of his predecessor BS Yediyurappa on July 26.

He is the lone Cabinet member within the authorities.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by India07 employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)


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