Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP)
Bangalore, March 10: Veteran BJP leader and MPP Basanagouda Patil is frustrated as he was not appointed as a minister and his lofty demands have fallen flat. He gave free rein to his intolerance of party leaders during the session of the assembly. His actions have brought awkward moments for the BJP government while the opposition have fun.
From the start of the current Assembly session, Yatnal has been critical of ministers’ performance and has often been seen voicing his grievances against individual ministers. He even spared no chance to sting the Chief Minister, Basavaraj Bommai and former Chief Minister, BS Yediyurappa.
Also on Wednesday, Yatnal continued with his barbs. Seeing that only a few ministers were present when the assembly session started, he told President Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri that running the house in the absence of the ministers made no sense and asked him to end the session earlier instead of continuing it until the 30th of this month. month.
When the speaker during question time expressed his dissatisfaction with the absence of several ministers, Yatnal intervened to say that the ministers who were supposed to provide answers to questions were not properly attending the sessions. He called for these ministers to be removed so that he and others like him could effectively manage these positions. “People become ministers through lobbying. But they don’t participate in the deliberations of the chamber. / what good are such ministers?” he wondered aloud. Opposition leaders happily raised the Treasury benches on these issues and BJP MPs were forced to remain silent.