Bengaluru: B C Patil indicates of leaving party over missing ministerial berth


Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (EP)

Bengaluru, Jun 8: As the Karnataka cabinet expansion day is being finalised, dissatisfaction among Congress MLAs has reached its peak. It is said that giving ministerial berth to Ramalinga Reddy and two independent MLAs is certain. This news has led to discontent among MLAs aspiring for a place in the cabinet.

MLA B C Patil, who was vying to be a minister has voiced his disagreement and hinted that he will leave the party. Speaking to reporters, he said he does not want to be a minister even if Congress leaders come and give it to him. “They have already insulted me,” he said. He indirectly warned Congress leaders that he will take suitable decision with regard to leaving the party at the right time.

“If Congress comes to power, 15 MLAs will become ministers in the guise of seniority. The remaining MLAs are like spare parts. Why should I point fingers only at Ramalinga Reddy? Everybody’s is the same story. I was assured of ministerial berth. Several people have received repeated opportunities. If that is the case, what should people like me do? I was called during cabinet expansion last time and assured of cabinet berth. Therefore, I was expecting an opportunity. But I am cheated,” he said in anguish.

“The cabinet berth for three Congress MLAs are assured. I will not go to anybody’s house door for the berth. I have been insulted enough. I have decided not to join the cabinet. I will not ask for cabinet berth even afterwards. I will not agree even if they personally approach me,” he said in anger.

  

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    He spoils his political career if he jump over other parties where he will be junior most member.

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  • Sanjeev Kamath, Udupi / Seattle

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    Pity you, Sir, pity your Congress.

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  • RANGA, MANGALORE

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    and whenever their MLAs use pressure tactics, Congress crie operation Kamala...Congress/JDS is full of power money hungry leaders..daily one or the other threatening including top senirior leaders like Ramlinga reddy, Beigh etc,....then why need BJP to topple Govt or blame BJP..

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  • Chatty Shetty, udupi

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    sign of a completely blind bhakt..you are saying that there are power hungry leaders in Congress and JDs. How about BJP?
    Yeddy is holding his chaddy and waiting since so many years to become CM again. Eshwarappa, the late Anant Kumar and DVS all are much much more greedier than any other leaders in Karnataka.
    Jai Kannada Mathe, Jai Karunadu.

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  • Jairam Mulky, Moodabidri

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    Even if government falls...my take throw such party jumping jacks out. Yeddy will give him ministerial berths.

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    LO PATILAAA ! People given you chance live as a VIP just enjoy it ! as we are duffers in the name of DEMOCRAZY you people are enjoying it !

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 8 2019

    First learn to serve the people who have elected you as their MLA. Work sincerely for your constituency for some years.
    No need to be a minister to serve the people. You will be successful again in the next election if you work hard.
    You will be a minister if your people bless you for the good work you have done.

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  • Deva, Pilar

    Sat, Jun 8 2019

    Now on all elected MLA's must get Ministerial posts to run a safe Government.

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  • K K, Kateel Road , Bajpe

    Sat, Jun 8 2019

    Let him leave !

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  • Edward R. Monteiro, Kulshekar, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 8 2019

    Those not satisfied and disgrunted person should leave. It is better for them and the State. Jai Hind

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Jun 8 2019

    BJP will make you Vice President ...

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  • SB, Mlore

    Sat, Jun 8 2019

    Can't he wait til May 2024.

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  • sk, Mangalore

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    23rd May to be precise

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