Directly subsequent to winning the assembly races, Chief Minister KCR took almost two months to frame the cabinet ministers . In spite of the opposition’s analysis, KCR was unyielding in taking as much time as is needed in grabbing ministers of his decision. Appears as though we have an adherent for KCR now and he is none other than the recently sworn-in Karnataka CM Yediyurappa.
After a long tussle, Yediyurappa became the chief minister Karnataka government . It’s been two weeks now and Yediyurappa is yet to frame the bureau. Karnataka opposition political parties are lashing out at Yediyurappa for not delegating ministers while the state is seeing flood kind of circumstance with substantial precipitation everywhere throughout the state.
Likewise Yediyurappa stalled out in the national capital throughout the previous couple of days. He looked for the BJP central leadership’s appointment to choose the bureau. Be that as it may, with ‘Article 370’ push pursued by Sushma Swaraj’s death, BJP authority couldn’t dispense time for Yediyurappa.
With no other choice the Karnataka CM is hanging tight for a call from New Delhi. Ideally he will shape the cupboard at the soonest and counter the opposition parties.