The issue of vaccinating health and frontline workers has come foreword after the new variant of Covid-19 'Omicron' is making headlines.
I have already said that if there is any truth, it will be investigated," Bommai said in response to a question on the bitcoin issue.
Bommai had on Wednesday ordered a probe into the alleged gang-raped of a girl student in Mysuru's Lalithadripura layout on August 24.
While Yediyurappa, 78, has been sharing a timeline on how the situation would unfold, the BJP leadership here is patiently watching his show of strength with the Lingayat seers.
To a question on whether a Dalit CM will be named, he said it was a prerogative of the party high command to take a call on it.
As Yediyurappa had announced that he would abide by the party's top brass instruction on July 25, Joshi said he has no clue whether the central leadership has asked him to resign.
The dinner was scheduled to take place at around 7 pm on Sunday at a Bengaluru hotel.
While seniors have opted for an “incognito mode/voluntary cut off mode”- as described by a senior party functionary- junior legislators, cadres and workers are a confused lot.
The meetings come at a time political circles are abuzz with speculations of Yediyurappa being replaced as the chief minister.
On Friday, Yediyurappa had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discussed pending state works, including Mekedatu project across river Cauvery.
Karnataka Chief Minister had appealed to Stalin in a letter to not oppose the Mekedatu balancing reservoir-cum-drinking water project and also proposed bilateral meeting to clear apprehensions.
The strong and clear statement from the 78-year-old chief minister comes days after BJP Vice-President and his son BY Vijayendra met Party's national president JP Nadda.
Party leaders said that Pawar also asked Gandhi to take back his offer of stepping down from the party's top post.
Kumaraswamy directed BBMP Commissioner N Manjunatha Prasad to comply with the High Court order and to take stringent action against officers who show negligence in their duty.
Kumaraswamy gives Karnataka Higher Education portfolio to 'class 8 pass' minister, sees nothing wrong
Kumaraswamy, who holds a BSc degree, was asked about JD(S) minister G T Devegowda reportedly being upset at being given the higher education portfolio.