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CM changed in Karnataka, now cabinet will also be reshuffled, many close to Yeddyurappa may be out

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After becoming the new CM of Basavaraj Bommai in Karnataka, now there can be big changes in the cabinet too. Basavaraj Bommai himself has indicated this. Bommai, who took oath as CM today, said, ‘We will not take much time. We will need a whole team to complete all the tasks that are necessary. So we will work on the formation of the cabinet at the earliest. Not only this, he has also not ruled out the possibility of removal of some ministers from the Yeddyurappa era and induction of new faces. However, he also refrained from answering directly.

Bommai said any decision on retaining or removing ministers in the Yeddyurappa government would be taken only after the legislature party meeting. Bommai said that today he will hold a meeting with senior officers of the state government. During this, he will talk about the flood situation arising after the rains in the state and the Corona crisis. However, he said that the meeting regarding the reshuffle in the cabinet Won’t be held today. Its timing will be decided later. Bommai said that I had met the observers sent by the party high command.

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Took the blessings of Yediyurappa by touching his feet, said- his experience will come in handy

He said that at present there is no need to talk about cabinet formation. A meeting will be held on this later. Bommai said a decision on this would be taken after the return of the observers. On the other hand, about going to Delhi to meet the high command, Bommai said that a decision will be taken after meeting the observers. Let us inform that Bommai took oath at 11 am on Wednesday and took the blessings of former CM BS Yediyurappa by touching his feet. He said that Yediyurappa is like a mentor for me and his experience will be useful to me as CM.

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