Now there is competition to become a minister in Karnataka, Congress MLA is getting angry; Big claim regarding the post of CM

Now there is competition to become a minister in Karnataka, Congress MLA is getting angry;  Big claim regarding the post of CM

After the Chief Minister in Karnataka, now there seems to be a mess in the ministries. It is reported that many MLAs in the state have expressed their displeasure over not getting a place in the first list. However, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar says that the cabinet expansion will be done soon. He has advised the aspirants to remain calm. Here, another senior leader MB Patil has claimed that no power sharing formula has been worked out between Shivakumar and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah.

Many big names including All India Congress Committee (AICC) General Secretary and 6-time MLA Dinesh Gundu Rao, Bhadravati MLA BK Sangameshwar are openly expressing their displeasure. “I am a four-time MLA after former speaker Kagodu Thimmappa and hold the record for being elected the maximum number of times from Shivamogga,” Sangameshwar said. I appeal to Siddaramaiah, Shivakumar and the party to understand my contribution.

During this, he also reminded that in 2008 and 2018, he allegedly got the offer from the BJP for the first time, but he did not leave the Congress. Rao said, ‘In 2019, I had resigned from the post of PCC president taking the moral responsibility of changing the party of 15 MLAs. It was not that I was not able to do my work, it was because these parties changed under my watch.

“I am sure the high command will remember my contributions,” he said. Shivakumar was sworn in as Deputy CM and Siddaramaiah as Chief Minister on Saturday itself. During the ceremony, 8 ministers were also sworn in in the Government of Karnataka.

Will there be no power sharing?

There were reports that Shivkumar had agreed on the power sharing formula amidst the ongoing churning for the post of Chief Minister. Meanwhile, Congress MLA and new minister MB Patil has claimed that there is no power sharing formula between the two leaders. He said that if this had happened, the High Command itself would have announced this. He has claimed that Siddaramaiah will remain CM for 5 years.

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