BENGALURU: Karnataka arch apportion HD Kumaraswamy on Saturday pronounced there are some “issues” on portfolio allocation with his party’s bloc partner Congress though it is not something that will lift down a government.
He also pronounced a enlargement of his cupboard would take place once state Congress leaders get an capitulation from their high command.
“..Portfolios have not been allocated. There are some issues per portfolios, though it is not an emanate that will lift down a supervision …,” Kumaraswamy told reporters here.
Responding to questions on portfolio allocation and direct for a plantation loan waiver, he said, “I will try not to take adult an emanate as a status emanate and try to solve a problem … Otherwise we will see. we will not hang to this post, withdrawal my self esteem.”
Parleys began between a Congress and a JD(S) on a emanate of cupboard expansion
+ shortly after Kumaraswamy valid his three-day-old government’s infancy on a building of a public yesterday.
Karnataka Congress leaders currently left for New Delhi by a franchised craft to plead with a high authority a issues relating to Cabinet enlargement and portfolio allocation.
According to sources, Kumaraswamy had met former arch apportion and Congress Legislature Party (CLP) personality Siddaramaiah, emissary arch apportion Parameshwara and Congress ubiquitous secretary in assign of Karnataka KC Venugopal before they left for Delhi.
The arch apportion also simplified that he would not be going to Delhi to accommodate Congress boss Rahul Gandhi and his mom Sonia Gandhi.
“State Congress leaders have to get capitulation from their executive leadership, that’s a reason they are going to Delhi today. Once they come behind cupboard enlargement will occur smoothly,” he said.
It has already been motionless that Congress would have 22 ministers and JDS 12 in a new cabinet.
Kumaraswamy strike out during state BJP personality BS Yeddurappa for his call to support a party’s statewide bandh call on Monday for purported disaster of a supervision in announcing plantation loan waiver as betrothed by him earlier.
“I’m with we (people). we don’t have any personal wish. we have turn a arch apportion not with a greedy ground …,” he said, observant that there was “no question” of going behind on his proclamation progressing on plantation loan waiver.
He pronounced he had already oral to Congress leaders on a emanate of plantation loan waiver as he had to take them into confidence.
“I should also know a financial conditions before holding a decision. we can't do it alone,” he added.