No plans to close doors to CBI: Parameshwara

Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara on Saturday said that the state government do not intend to close its doors for the CBI. DH file photo

Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara on Saturday said that the state government do not intend to close its doors for the CBI.

Speaking to the reporters he said: "Situation in the state doesn't demand us to close our doors to the CBI."

He said that pace of the process to release Rs 1,200 crore for loan waiver scheme would be accelerated.

Regarding journalist Gouri Lankesh murder case he said: "There are strong pieces of evidence. There is strong suspicion that Prof M M Kalburgi, Gauri Lankesh, Narendra Dabholkar, and Govind Pansare were eliminated by the same group."

At Belagavi, Parameshwar said that cabinet expansion and appointments of heads of boards and corporations would be completed by November end.

"Six from the Congress and two from the JD(S) would make it the cabinet as there are eight vacant berths. Belagavi will have representation," he told reporters after attending the KSRP passing out parade in Belagavi.

"The government will discuss problems and development projects of the state in the winter session of the Assembly at Belagavi. We will also discuss funds released by the Centre," he said.

 

 

 

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