Karnataka: CM Yeddyurappa distributes portfolios among new ministers, some change portfolios, some angry over portfolios allocated by ministers


After a long wait, Yeddyurappa expanded his cabinet to January 13 and added seven new ministers to his cabinet. The state cabinet now has 33 ministers, with a total of 34 powers.

Of Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa (Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa) has allotted portfolios to seven new ministers a week after his cabinet expansion, while the portfolios of some ministers have also been reconsidered.
Among the new ministers are Umesh Katti, S, Angara, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Fisheries, Ports and Inland Transport. According to the official gazette notification issued with the consent of the Governor, Murgesh Nirani will be the Minister of Mines and Geology and Arvind Limbabali has been given the Forest Department.

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Among other ministers, R Shankar has been given the post of Municipal Corporation and Sericulture Department and MTB Nagraj will be the Minister of Excise and CP Yogeshwar will be the Minister of Unexpected Irrigation Department. Education, Kannada and Culture Departments have been allotted. In the Yeddyurappa cabinet, Madhuswami is a prominent minister who strongly defended the government in the assembly, and Home Minister Basbaraj Bomai has been given additional responsibilities in the law, parliamentary affairs and law departments. The forest department has been withdrawn from Anand Singh and he has now been given the environment and ecology as well as the tourism department, while Health and Family Welfare Minister K.S. The responsibility of medical education department has been withdrawn from Sudhakar. CC Patal, who was earlier in the Mines and Geology Department, has now been given charge of the Small Industries and Information and Public Relations Department.

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The Hajj and Waqf department has been withdrawn from Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chauhan and the Sugar Department from Labor Minister A Siram Heber. Who The Department of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs has been taken over from Gopalaiya, who is now in charge of the Horticulture and Sugar Department. KC Narayan Gowda has been given the Department of Youth Empowerment, Sports, Hajj and Waqf, and the Department of Municipal Administration, Horticulture and Reshkar has been withdrawn from them.
The Chief Minister has kept the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (DPR), Cabinet Affairs, Finance, Bangalore Development, Energy, Intelligence, Planning, Program Monitoring, Statistics, Infrastructure Development and all other departments.
According to sources, some ministers are angry over the portfolio allotted to him and may meet the chief minister on the issue. His cabinet.
The state cabinet now has 34 ministers with a total capacity of 34.



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