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JD(S) withdraws a candidate from Bengaluru Assembly seats during the formation of Karnataka cabinet formation amidst heavy lobbying for berths

As we are aware of that Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) has joined hands together. Heaving urging is going on for the ministerial posts in the Karnataka alliance government just forward on Wednesday in Bengaluru.

A Congress official told the IANS that the legislators are ready for the 21 posts in Delhi by the high command of the party and by Wednesday morning people will be able to see the official list prepared for the elections as cabinet expansion will be in the afternoon.

G. Parameshwara, deputy chief minister and party’s state president have a details discussion regarding the list with the party President Rahul Gandhi and the K. C. Venugopal, party’s state in-charge. As per the reports, the list has been finalised and the regional representatives are under the radar as for now. For maintaining balance, the party has kept a proper balance in between all the caste and state combinations in order to ministry’s composition.

As per the sources, Rahul Gandhi has suggested using the experience of older members and the adrenaline rush of the youngsters in this election. People will be able to see the combination of senior and young legislators. Even they have planned to keep one representation for the woman MLA.

The legislator will be announced soon as soon as the discussion with the party’s state leader is done. It will go through Mallikarajun Kharge, Congress Leader in Lok Sabha, SIddaramaiah, the former chief minister and state assembly, and K Muniyappa and Veerappa Moily, the former Union Ministers. As per the sources, the list has to be approved by high command by the end of Tuesday or Wednesday Morning and then the official statement will be made for it.

As for now, all the parties are planning a lot for the upcoming election. Still, no announcement is made for now but we will be able to hear any statements from the politicians.

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