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'Disciplinary action be taken on those making statements about CM, Deputy CM posts'

Discussion about chief minister being changed creates wrong impression about the party amongst the people and also affects the party, Karnataka Administrative Reforms Commission Chairman R V Deshpande said.
Last Updated : 28 June 2024, 16:35 IST

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Belagavi: Karnataka Administrative Reforms Commission Chairman R V Deshpande said that Congress high command should take disciplinary action against leaders of the party who have been making public statements about change of chief minister and additional posts of deputy chief minister.

Deshpande told reporters here on Friday that there has to be discipline in the party and any talks about any posts should be held within the four walls of the Congress and nothing should go out before the people through media. Those making statements before media should face disciplinary action.

"Posts of chief minister and deputy chief minister cannot be discussed in public or market places. We have party high command who take decisions in this regard. There were no allegations or complaints against incumbent Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and he has been doing good work. There should not be public discussions regarding the chief ministers post," he stated.

Deshpande said, himself has spoke to Siddaramaiah today regarding some issues pertaining to the government and party. "The CM was in New Delhi for government works and has held meeting with MPs from the state and has been meeting union ministers for state related issues."

Discussion about chief minister being changed creates wrong impression about the party amongst the people and also affects the party, voters will develop a bad opinion," he said.

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Published 28 June 2024, 16:35 IST

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