Karnataka cabinet, which is set to see an extension, may even experience a reshuffle, Congress leaders implied on Tuesday. The improvement comes following the Congress Legislature Party meeting held in Belagavi.
“The bureau could be extended and reshuffled. Both are conceivable. We will meet Congress president Rahul Gandhi and taking choices in regards to this. As declared, the extension will occur on 22nd,” said Dinesh Gundu Rao, president, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee.
Conceding that “shamefulness” was distributed to the regions in the North, Rao stated: “I concur that there is an awkwardness, however we will guarantee that North Karnataka is given inclination in the forthcoming bureau extension also.”
MLAs from the northern regions have been miffed with the present government as out of the 41 MLAs speaking to the North, just five were suited in the bureau though of the 36 MLAs having a place with the southern area, 11 were given a plum post.
The bureau is booked to be developed December 22. The likelihood of a reshuffle comes in the midst of the misery communicated by different senior pioneers in the gathering who were denied billets amid the bureau arrangement.
Pioneers, including previous clergymen, who weren’t given compartments amid the first round of development gave the gathering a miss. They were Ramalinga Reddy, MB Patil, Satish Jarkiholi, Ramesh Jarkiholi, Roshan Baig and SR Patil, the greater part of whom have straightforwardly communicated their failure in the past for being denied bureau positions.
While Dinesh Gundu Rao and Ramesh Jarkiholi have said that the last missed the gathering because of medical problems, serve Ramesh Jarkiholi additionally said that he would not go to the supper party being facilitated by priest DK Shivakumar for the Congress-JDS pioneers.
Among the pioneers who were missing for the gathering were likewise lawmakers from north Karnataka who have claimed that the locale hosts been ignored by the get-together and the administration.
While applicants like Satish Jarkiholi and Pratap Gowda Patil said they were sure of bureau extension occurring according to the calendar, MLA MTB Nagaraju said that there would be another taking care of to talk about the requests of the MLAs and pastoral billet competitors.
The second round of bureau development has been put off different occasions since the first round of extension in June refering to different reasons, including neighborhood body decisions, bypolls and unfavorable occasions, leaving the competitors suspicious about the planned extension on December 22.
The Congress by and by has six pastoral billets to fill and the JDS two.