Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s move to reshuffle his ministers has led to Malikayya Guttedar determining to renounce from a state public and a party, reports The Hindu. The six-time MLA from Afzalpur was reportedly dissapoint on being over looked for a position in a state Cabinet and announced on Wednesday that he will be quitting his posts.
According to The Hindu, Guttedar settled that 40 “like-minded” legislators, who were meted out a same treatment, would send their resignations to a Assembly Speaker.
A news by Deccan Chronicle, says Guttedar would now concentration his appetite to improved Congress. He also targeted a arch apportion and pronounced that if Congress has to stay in energy in a state afterwards both Siddaramaiah and his ministers need to go. “The earlier a high authority realises this, a better, differently Karnataka would turn Congress-mukt,” he was quoted as saying.
Guttedar is not a initial apportion to renounce due to restlessness from a Cabinet reshuffle. Earlier on Monday, a day after a reshuffle took place, actor-turned-politician MH Ambareesh, who mislaid his Cabinet position, quiescent from a state assembly, according to DNA. Ambareesh was a state apportion for housing. Srinivas Prasad too voiced his beating after losing his Revenue portfolio and called Siddaramaiah “the many emasculate arch minister”.