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After a brain storming discussion with Mr Kumaraswamy, AICC General Secretary KC Venugopal said in all 33 ministers will accommodated with Congress getting 21 posts and JD(S) 12.
After meeting Congress supremo, Kumaraswamy is now back to Karnataka and has been visiting temples for the success of the new government that will be formed in the state tomorrow.
A section of TRS leaders believe that as Kumaraswamy is forming the government with the support of Congress, KCR's presence at the swearing-in might give wrong signals.
KC (M) chairman K M Mani declared the party'S decision on Tuesday after a meeting of its sub-committee constituted to study and give the recommendation in this regard.
YSR Congress Party president YS Jaganmohan Reddy has vowed to bring all medical expenses over R1,000 under the Aarogyasri scheme if his party comes to power in the next elections.
Udupi-Chikkamagaluru MP Shobha Karandlaje on Monday demanded a probe into the “fake” CDs released by Congress MLC V S Ugrappa ahead of the floor test.
Talks of the division of power, hierarchy and cabinet berths and portfolios have just begun between the parties, and leaders of the Congress are preparing for "difficult times ahead".
BJP has decided to play the wait-and-watch game for now in its fight against the Congress and JD(S) which have come together to form the government.
This alliance is not good for Congress in long term but we had no option, says KPCC President Parameshwara
Post-elections, Congress leaders in the state moved at an astonishing speed to prevent BJP from coming to power by joining hands with JD(S), the party against which they had fought a bitter electoral
Tough conditions from JD(S), including its demand for the Speaker's post, is said to have proved the hurdle for the ministry formation.
The retired police officers opine that the new government should focus on increasing the strength of the police force, effective initiatives to curb crime, especially against women and children.
Congress dubs BJP habitual offender, says Modi should apologise for using money power in Karnataka poll
Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma alleged that the BJP spent nearly Rs 6,500 crore during the polls and demanded an independent probe into the alleged misuse of money power and government agencies.
Talks of the division of power, hierarchy and cabinet berths and portfolios have just begun between the parties, and leaders of the Congress are preparing for “difficult times ahead”.
CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury to share stage with Congress leaders at Kumaraswamy swearing-in
Yechury, who has been personally invited by Kumaraswamy, would travel to Bengaluru to attend the oath-taking ceremony.
Stressing the need to save democracy in the country, the BJP's bickering ally said no government can use the Constitution to enforce its decisions on people.