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Karnataka cabinet expansion set for tomorrow as BS Yediyurappa gets go-ahead from Amit Shah: Caste equation a major challenge, say sources

Firstpost Monday, 19 August 2019
Having run the Karnataka government without a Cabinet for 22 days, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa finally has receieved the go-ahead from BJP national president Amit Shah to undertake the exercise tomorrow (20 August). "BJP legislative party meeting will be held on Tuesday 10 am at the Conference Hall, Vidhana Soudha. And the cabinet expansion will take place on the same day post noon," Yediyurappa tweeted. The chief minister further tweeted that mostly all the new ministers will be sworn in by noon on Tuesday.
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News video: Karnataka CM Yediyurappa expands cabinet, 17 ministers inducted

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Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa inducted 17 ministers into his cabinet. The list of inductees includes 15 MLAs and one MLC, Kota Srinivas Poojari, and one unelected member Laxman Savadi.

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