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    • This expansion will take the strength of the Cabinet to 28, leaving six positions vacant. The chief minister will have a comfortable elbow space to fill some of them in the event of any trouble erupting post expansion. Yediyurappa has clarified that he cannot induct AH Vishwanath and MTB Nagaraj due to the restrictions imposed by the Supreme Court as they lost the bypolls.

      Ten BJP lawmakers from the Kalyana Karnataka (Hyderabad-Karnataka) region had a meeting in Bengaluru on Monday to assert their right for a fair representation in the Cabinet. There were other meetings as well by MLAs, some of them working closely with Yediyurappa, to build pressure on the chief minister.

      Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Sunday said that the cabinet expansion would take place on February 6, with 13 MLAs taking oath of office. Thirteen MLAs, including 10 who had joined BJP from parties, including Congress and the JD(S), will take oath, he said.

      O P Sharma and Jagdish Pradhan met Singh and told him that the post of Lokayukta in Delhi has been lying vacant from November 6.

      All three BJP MLAs were thrown out of Delhi Assembly after they rushed into the Well of the House demanding implementation of the Fourth Delhi Finance Commission recommendations.

      BS Yediyurappa to look at his ministry after he returns from Davos. Interestingly, the newly elected BJP MLAs from the erstwhile “disqualified” camp have not been showing any apparent urgency about the cabinet expansion.

      The CM left for Davos on Sunday on a six-day trip to attend the world economic summit amid an uneasy lull. While Yediyurappa has said he will expand his ministry after his return, it has meant little by way of a message. Sections of BJP leaders are intrigued as to why the party leadership is not letting the CM go ahead with the much delayed expansion .

      The minister said that the state government is already providing relief material in form of food packets for the people of the Nepal.

      The combination of Yediyurappa cancelling his Delhi trip and tourism minister CT Ravi stating that the ministry expansion is unlikely before the Delhi Assembly polls (Feb 8) has added to the intrigue. “If what Ravi said is true, then it is totally unreasonable.

      Amid rising reports of farmers committing suicide over crop failure, BJP MLAs in UP decided to donate their one month salary towards CM's relief fund.

      Though the MLAs had taken an appointment with Gadkari and many of them claimed that the meeting was to push development work in the city.

      Karnataka Chief Minister’s challenge is to induct all the 'disqualified MLAs' into his Cabinet; may skip WEF meet at Davos.

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