The names of Anil Kumar R, former KAS officer, for Tumakuru, and Appaji Gowda for Mandya were finalised.
Those who have offered to quit are Revenue Minister Harish Chaudhary, Medical and Health Minister Dr Raghu Sharma and Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra, Congress general secretary.
'Triumph of truth over falsehood': Rahul Gandhi writes open letter to farmers, promises support in future
Asserting that the farmer knows what is for his benefit and what is not, the former Congress chief said, 'Do not dare to again conspire to make the farmer a slave in his own land.'
It took place after Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday announced the repealing of the Centre's three farm laws in the upcoming winter session of Parliament.
The written complaint was filed at Aberdeen Police Station here by Andaman and Nicobar Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee zonal coordinator (South Andaman) Zubaida Begum on Wednesday, it said.
Country's 'annadatas' (food providers) have made arrogance bow its head through satyagraha, Gandhi said in a tweet in Hindi.
TPCC president Revanth Reddy gave an ultimatum to the TRS government and warned that the Congress workers would lay siege to Pragathi Bhavan if the paddy procurement issue was not resolved by Nov 23.
AIMTC president Kultaran Singh Atwal asserted 8,000 trucks were stranded at the major city borders including Kondli and Faridabad.
The Congress had come under flak when its Ernakulam district committee created a road blockade at the Vyttila bypass during its protest on November 1.
Secy postings to be completed soon, Anwar asks state leadership not to antagonise Chandy, Chennithala further
BJP drags name of Siddu’s late son, DKS says Bommai kin involved
In Kalaburgi-Yadgir, BJP’s BG Patil, a Lingayat, is the sitting MLC, who is ready to defend his seat again while the Congress is keen on fielding Hanumant Bhusnur.
There has been growing differences among Azad and Jammu and Kashmir Congress chief Ghulam Ahmed Mir and the leaders supporting the former have complained against the state unit head.
Several aspirants for Congress and BJP tickets from many other communities have been ignored in all the four major constituencies of North Karnataka by both the parties.
During the massive protest on the issue of paddy procurement, PCC chief A Revanth Reddy warned the CM that the party would begin an agitation if the govt fails to procure all the paddy from farmers