Home Minister Shah to visit Karnataka for a two-day visit, angry MLAs will celebrate cabinet expansion

Union Home Minister Amit Shah will go on a two-day visit to Karnataka on Saturday. During this, he will address a political rally in Belagavi district. Will also launch several projects. On his two-day visit, Amit Shah will lay the foundation stone for a new battalion complex of Rapid Action Force in Shimoga district of Karnataka. Amit Shah will also work to convince the legislators who are angry with the expansion of the cabinet during their Karnataka period.
According to the itinerary issued by the Government of Karnataka, Home Minister Shah will lay the foundation stone of a new battalion complex of Rapid Action Force in Shimoga district on Saturday. Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa will also be with him during this period. The Karnataka government has allotted 50.29 acres for the headquarters of the force’s 97th Battalion. The Rapid Action Force is a special force, formed by converting 10 battalions of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). Its main task is to restore peace among all sections of society during the situations arising like riots and riots.After the expansion of the cabinet in Karnataka, there is a fierce battle within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Many legislators have adopted a rebellious stand against cabinet expansion. Amit Shah will also persuade these MLAs on their Karnataka era.

The Karnataka government expanded the cabinet on Wednesday. The Karnataka cabinet had 27 ministers, including the chief minister. There were seven vacant seats in the cabinet, which have been filled. The new ministers include MTB Nagaraj, Umesh Katti, Arvind Limbavali, Murugesh Nirani, R Shankar, CP Yogishwar, Angara S. After the expansion of the cabinet in Karnataka, there is a fierce battle within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Many BJP leaders are angry with this cabinet expansion. Party MLA Basangowda Yatnal has made serious allegations against Chief Minister Yeddyurappa. He said that Yeddyurappa should retire from politics, whoever blackmails or gives money is made a minister, there is a quota for it.

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