21 ministers of the Karnataka government have resigned from their posts to make room for rebel MLAs. But before resigning as deputy chief minister, G Parameshwara who is adamant with his choice might sacrifice his post based on a condition or two
Bengaluru: In order to save the 13-month old coalition government in Karnataka, 21 ministers of the Karnataka government have resigned from their post. All the ministers reportedly submitted their resignation to Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president Dinesh Gundu Rao after a meeting chaired by Karnataka deputy CM G Parameshwara on Monday.
Congress leader DK Shivakumar said that all the ministers acted selflessly for the welfare of the government. The resignation of all ministers to make way for a Cabinet reshuffle has come after major political developments in Karnataka that led to the stepping down of over a dozen Congress and JD(S) MLAs.
Ahead of the meeting with Congress ministers, Karnataka deputy chief minister G Parameshwara had said he would do everything to save the government. But we believe that his sacrifice is not unconditional, because many times in the past he said that ‘zero traffic' is his privilege, although he acknowledges how the system inconveniences the general public. MyNation has tried to verse out the unsaid conversation with the above meme.
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Last Updated 9, Jul 2019, 12:48 PM