Yeddyurappa to restructure ministry before legislature session
Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa Wednesday said he will restructure his ministry before the monsoon legislature session begins from June 24.
Hirekerur: Karnataka Chief
Minister B S Yeddyurappa Wednesday said he will restructure his
ministry before the monsoon legislature session begins from
"I will reconstitute the ministry before the monsoon
session of the legislature," he told reporters here.
Yeddyurappa said he would meet Governor H R Bhardwaj
along with Tourism Minister G Janardhana Reddy on the issue of
show cause notices to Reddy and two other ministers by the
Governor, on a petition by Congress MLC, K C Kondaiah, seeking
their disqualification as members of the legislature.
Reddy had recently denounced the Governor`s action and
his remarks drew criticism from Opposition Congress and JDS.
Bhardwaj had defended his action, asserting it was
done as per the provisions of the Constitution and that he had
even told Yeddyurappa to reign in Reddy, who had made certain
`caustic` comments against him.
Bhardwaj has fixed June 3 to hear the complaint and
issued summons to Reddy, his brother Revenue Minister G
Karunakara Reddy, both mining magnates, and family associate
Health Minister B Sreeramulu to appear before him.
Yeddyurappa said he would appoint new heads to boards
and corporations after conclusion of the Global Investors Meet
on June 3 and 4.