In a letter addressed to the governor on Wednesday, the senior minister accused the chief minister of sanctioning crores of rupees of funds on a number of events bypassing the minister in-charge i.e., himself. He mentioned the chief minister launched funds from RDPR to Bengaluru city zilla panchayat and in addition to some MLAs with out consulting him.
The CM has put stress on the division principal secretary to concern the order, whereas the rule doesn’t permit issuance of such orders with out approval of the minister in-charge, indicating direct interference by the chief minister, he alleged.
Eshwarappa has referred to varied sections of the Karnataka (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1977, to show some extent that how the chief minister’s interference was in violation of the rule and that it went in opposition to the established practices and procedures relating to the affairs of the state administration.
“It is highly unfortunate that the honourable chief minister knowingly issued such orders, ignoring the minister-in-charge of the department. If this trend continues in future — bypassing the minister and violating the rules, I do not know where I stand as a minister-in-charge of the department,” the letter learn.
The letter has stirred up a hornet’s nest amid an inner dissent already brewing in the state BJP in opposition to Yediyurappa’s management. A bit of leaders together with senior legislator Basanagouda Patil Yatnal have made their anger public.
Cong slams Yediyurappa
Referring to the letter, opposition Congress mentioned that what it all the time mentioned concerning the Yediyurappa authorities has now been verified by his personal minister. “It is an illegitimate government born through a stolen mandate. It is mired in corruption. It should be shown the door,” AICC basic secretary Randeep Singh Sujrewala tweeted.
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