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Basavraj Bommai Hints At State Cabinet Expansion Today

Karnataka’s Cabinet will be expanded at 2.15 p.m. today in Raj Bhavan, according to Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai. “We’ll get the official council of ministers list who will take oath at Raj Bhavan.” he said. “We have already discussed everything related to the ministers, in the past two days in Delhi. We’ll get the official council of ministers list who will take the oath,” CM Bommai went on to say.

Basavaraj Bommai arrived in Bengaluru from Delhi at 10 a.m. today. In an interview with the press, he stated, “The list should be out by 11-11:30 am. The swearing-in ceremony is scheduled at 2:15 pm today.”

In the hopes of receiving the list from Delhi, CM Basavaraj Bommai has directed the Raj Bhavan to prepare for the oath-taking ceremony of the new ministers at 2:15 p.m. today. So yet, no MLA has gotten a phone call from the Chief Minister.

During today’s cabinet expansion, it is predicted that 22 to 25 ministers will be inducted in the first phase. Members of the BJP as well as those who defected from the previous Congress-JD(S) coalition will be included.

CM Bommai met with BJP national president JP Nadda in Delhi on Monday to discuss the expansion of the Karnataka Cabinet. Basavaraj Bommai was in the capital for the second time. He met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 30. Basavaraj Bommai was sworn in as Karnataka’s 23rd chief minister on July 28, just two days after BS Yediyurappa resigned.

Bommai also hinted that a decision would be made on whether or not the deputy chief minister position would be retained, noting that there is rising opposition to the job among state party leaders. Former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa appointed the current deputy chief minister.

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