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Thursday, September 23, 2010 8:53:50 AM (IST)  

Cabinet Reshuffle: Acharya Loses Home, Palemar gets Muzrai

Bangalore: Acharya Loses Home, Shunted to Higher Education

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP)

Bangalore, Sep 23: Transport minister, R Ashok, has everything to cheer about. Showing full confidence in his capabilities, the Chief Minister (CM) has allotted to him the important portfolio of home, in addition to the transport department he already heads. In a surprise move, Acharya has been relieved of his home portfolio, and given higher education department. He also has additional charge of planning and statistics departments.

Shobha Karandlaje has been given energy ministry, which was earlier with K S Eshwarappa, and since handled by the Chief Minister after Eshwarappa was made the state BJP president. Karandlaje has taken charge of this important portfolio at a time when the state is facing acute shortage of power. The Reddy Brothers and their close confidante, Sriramulu, who had indicated that they would revolt against Yeddyurappa, have been retained in their respective departments.

First time minister, V Somanna, who had an eye on the department of urban development, has got food and civil supplies department. Govind Karjol, minister for minor irrigation, has been given the department of Kannada and culture, additionally.

Krishna J Palemar has been given the muzrai portfolio, which hitherto was with Sudhakar. The departments of mass education, library and lottery, which were earlier handled by Shivanagouda, have been given to Revunayak Belamagi. The department of animal husbandry, which was with Belamagi, has been given to Narendra Swamy. Women and child department has been given to the newly inducted minister, C C Patil.

The CM has chosen to take the department of information from Katta Subrahmanya Naidu and retain the same with him. S A Ravindranath, who faced the threat of being dropped, has been divested of his agriculture portfolio, and given the departments of sugar and horticulture. The department taken away from him has been allotted to Umesh Katti. Venkataramanappa has got the department of textile in exchange for the small scale industry department he held so far. The small scale industry and agricultural market departments have gone to Shivaraj Tangadagi.

Sudhakar has now got youth services, sports and prisons departments. New minister, Narayana Swamy, has got social welfare department, while Vijay Shankar has been allotted the department of forests. Ramadas has been given the department of medical education.

State BJP president, K S Eshwarappa, has said that the efforts of making the ministry more vibrant and efficient will be continued, and in all likelihood, three new faces will be inducted into the ministry in a reshuffle that will happen immediately after the budget session – 2011.



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Comments on this article
ASHRAF, DUBAI
Sunday, September 26, 2010

Good bye Acharya, enough money you made and enough money you donated to worship place. Congrats Ashok, please do something for Karnataka so people can live peace fully. Mera Bharath mahan.

Raphael D'Souza, Pangla/London
Friday, September 24, 2010

I hope the places of worship will be safe under the new home minister.

Abusaad, Mangalore / Dammam / KSA
Thursday, September 23, 2010

All paid seats, no merit seat is available in BJP. Person like Yogesh Batt can not buy a ministry as he is a poor MLA from DK.

Can any business man come forward and buy a ministry for Mr. Bhat?

Tom Cat , Mangalore/ Saudi Arabia
Thursday, September 23, 2010

Abi education department satynash.

Balakrishna Shetty, Yellur/Dubai
Thursday, September 23, 2010

Dr. V. S. Acharya in fact should now leave the cabinet and join Nagarjuna Power Corporation as their Laision Officer. He will do well.

George Borromeo, Pumpwell, Angelore, Mangalore
Thursday, September 23, 2010

CM's move of shifting Home Portfolio from Dr.Acharya hasn't surprised me. Some how he was not suited for that kind of Portfolio. He should have better suited for Health.
Mr.Ashok has proved his ability by changing the face of Loss making Transport Ministry to a Profitable and glamorous Ministry.  Hope he will prove his mettle in Home Portfolio.
According to me, Krishna Palemar handling additional Muzrai Ministry, will be a cake walk for him, as he has got the tact of a Businessman.

Mushtaq Ahmed, Dammam/Saudi Arabia
Thursday, September 23, 2010

Whoever comes n whoever goes the govt is BJP what is the use of change. it makes no diffrents. hope the best. mushtaq/Dammam

rihab, udupi
Thursday, September 23, 2010

yes, he is capable of handling only his own home.....

ruchi, udupi
Thursday, September 23, 2010

It is really sad, we in this undivided districts lack unity, that is the reason the powerfull ministries are never given, even with enough MLA's and with very good education and knowledge of the elected representative, when they are given, it is only with merit and with great resentment from the Bangalore/Mysore lobby, even less competent from that part are given better deal because of their clout.

Without knowing the actual Dr.Achar and commenting like this is not correct, he is not the sole decison maker, party as a whole and the pressure from the higher ups will add to this, so blaming Dr. Achar alone is uncalled for, then why not blame Congress for Babri Masjid destrcution, it was the congress that was in power, if they wanted they could have stopped it they are like a cancer, which is life long disease, now the nation pays for their mistake,

Dr. Achar is one of the finest politician of state every one of any religion from his part of the area Udupi, will agree on this, he is always for communal harmony, that is evident in our districts today, can't blame everything on him, goondas exist in every party and every where, he has not switched parties for political greed like many in many parties have, been a loyal servant of the party, whatever it is I slatue this many a simple and decent man, very polite in his nature, he is Udupi's pride, he will always be, he has done to udupi, more then many MP's who have been there for 5 terms done, some bow down to their master,some serv


ISMAIL K PERINJE, PERINJE/YANBU-KSA
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Mr Joy C MOODBELLE/DUBAI,
Yes indeed there is a jinx in which whoever takes over MUJRAI ministry their days are numbered in counsil of ministry of Karanataka.Then can we ask in next expansion, as said by ISH, there could be 4-5 ministers to be inducted making the way for them may be one is Mr PALEMAR ??????Or The JINX will be broken by him ?

Jayaprakash Rao, Mangalore/Dubai
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Mr. Palemar has been given the Muzrai Portfolio a very sensitve profile, Mr. Palemar is capable of handling this. Mr. Palemar is a less politician...more a social worker, Good Luck Sir!

Anwar, udupi, Dubai
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

It is a very Good move removing Acharya from Home Ministry, well done CM.

Radhikar Prabhu, Mangalore
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Well done CM by taking away Home portfolio from Acharya who was handling home affairs very badly and irresponsible way.

David Rodrigues, Kayyar/Kerala
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

GOD SEES THE TRUTH BUT WAITS !!!.
We have lot of expectations from Ashok.All the Best.Thanks Yedurappaji.

Raj Ullal, Mangalore/Bangalore
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

MR JOY CASTELINO, MOODUBELLE/DUBAI YOU ARE NOT GOD TO SAY THAT WORD ABOUT KRISHNA PALEMAR.

JOY CASTELINO, MOODUBELLE/DUBAI
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Those who are getting Muzrai ministry it is sure that their political carrier will end soon. So next time Palemar will not win the election!!!!.

anil kumar, bangalore
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Well done CM you Kicked off Acharya from his Home Minister post.

Peter Menezes, Mangalore
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Its a good move from Yeddi to relieve Acharya from Home ministry. He is one of the worst home minister we have ever got in Karnataka history. As a Mangalorean he could not protect his own town.

 
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