Addressing a joint presser, Siddaramaiah and KPCC chief DK Shivakumar demanded the resignation of CM Basavaraj Bommai and Home Minister Araga Jnanendra.
There are no disturbances or problems.
Narayan also claimed that the government’s intention is not to divide the society, but to take everyone into confidence and move forward.
The meetings discuss general development works and other issues pertaining to higher education institutions in the state.
In the report, the CEO has said that a probe team visited several educational institutions on May 18 and gathered evidence against the minister.
As per model code of conduct, no minister can combine official visits or tours with electioneering and cannot make use of official machinery or personnel for any poll-related work.
Bommai said, “On Monday, there is one session and another on May 24 and our team will attend both sessions.
Higher Education Minister Ashwath Narayan talked to representatives from the society and said that they had expressed a wish to collaborate with the state higher education department.
State Congress president DK Shivakumar on Tuesday alleged that state Higher Education Minister Dr CN Ashwath Narayan had met the Congress MLA seeking 'protection' against raising issues.
Meanwhile, Ministers ST Somashekar and Kota Shrinivas Poojary also slammed the Congress.
But in political terms, it appears to be a turf battle between two Vokkaliga heavyweights —KPCC president DK Shivakumar and challenger Ashwath— for Ramanagara.
Congress leaders on Monday alleged that IT/BT Minister Dr CN Ashwath Narayan’s relative is involved in the PSI recruitment scam.
“Providing quality higher education allows for us to both compete with the world and to help expand our economy,” he said on Thursday.
The residents of Malleswaram staged a unique protest on the 17th Cross, on Sunday.
The minister met with deputy commissioners, superintendents of police and other officials, from the seven districts where the examinations are scheduled.