Accordingly even as tension continues to simmer between the Karnataka government’s ruling coalition of JD(S) and Congress regarding the appointment of chairpersons to boards and corporations, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy partially cleared a list of names given by the Congress for the posts.
Reportedly some of the new appointees for Chairperson include BK Sangameshwar for Rural Infrastructure Development, Laxmi Hebbalkar for Mysore Minerals, R Narendra for Food and Civil Supplies, B Narayan Rao for Forest Development Corporation, Yashwanthraygoud V Patil for Urban Water Supply and Drainage, BA Basavraj for Soaps and Detergents, B Shivanna for Keonics, BS Suresh for KSSIDC and Munirathna for Skill Development Corporation.
Moreover the appointments have been done to ease rising tension between senior Congress legislators who did not procure a position in Kumaraswamy’s cabinet. Further the leaders from the JD(S) had reportedly been upset with the Congress’s decision to publicly announce the list without having consulted them and had also expressed its disappointment with the Congress’ decision to nominate chairpersons for boards coming under the JD(S)’s Ministries.
Sakshi Ratings in Election Week Indicate YSR Congress Victory Elections are done and dusted and the Voters' Verdict is sealed in Electronic Voting Machines which will be opened only on May 23rd. The Election Commission even banned the Exit Polls until May 19th which is when the last phase of General Elections will conclude. So, there is absolutely no clue about what is the verdict of the people.
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