The Sri Kanteerava Outdoor Stadium in Bengaluru decked up for the expected swearing-in event of the new Karnataka administration.
Today, inspectiom were being carried out at the Stadium by police officers.In the midst of the lingering uncertainty around the chief ministerial face following the party’s decisive victory in the just-concluded Assembly elections, Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar and veteran leader Siddaramaiah visited party leader Rahul Gandhi earlier in the day at 10 Janpath in the national capital.
“Delibrations are currently underway by party president Mallikarjun Kharge. Whenever Congress makes a decision we will inform you. In the next 48-72 hours, we will have a new cabinet in Karnataka,” Congress’ Karnataka-in-charge Randeep Surjewala said in New Delhi today.Supporters of Siddaramaiah were seen pouring milk on his poster, bursting firecrackers and raising slogans in his support outside his residence in Bengaluru today.Meanwhile BJP today jibed that the Congress is yet to finalise its CM candidate despite getting a majority.