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Kumarswamy upset with father and brother for poking nose

Published On : 12 Jun 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Bengaluru: Karnataka chief minister (CM), H D Kumaraswamy is reportedly fed up by the interference by his father and brother in every aspect of the administration. He has now told them in no uncertain terms that their habit of poking nose in all government affairs is unwelcome.

CM clearly told his brother H D Revanna, and father, H D Deve Gowda, that he does not want interference of family members, brothers, blood relations and all others in the affairs of the government and that he has to be given free hand in these issues. He explained to them about the situation he has been in at present and therefore stressed to them that unnecessary interference or bringing pressure are the things he abhors.

After Kumaraswamy won the trust vote in the assembly, Deve Gowda had held meetings with chief secretary of the government, K Ratna Prabha, additional chief secretary, Laxminarayana, director general of police, Neelamani N Raju, city police commissioner, T Sunil Kumar and others. When Kumaraswamy held meetings of officials from departments of agricultural, horticulture etc in the Vidhana Soudha, Revanna had convened a meeting of Karnataka Milk Federation although he is not connected with it. Moreover, when Kumaraswamy was addressing a press meet, Revanna had intervened, which had angered Kumaraswamy.







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