Bengaluru: Deputy chief minister G. Parameshwar on Friday directed his cabinet colleagues and KPCC president Dinesh Gundurao to take steps to forge a coalition in all districts wherever the Congress failed to secure majority in just concluded Urban Local Body (ULB) elections.
In absence of Congress legislature party leader, Siddaramaiah, Dr Parameshwar convened the meeting of cabinet colleagues along with Mr Rao over breakfast at his residence here on Friday.
He has invited party legislators on Saturday for a breakfast meeting at his residence to discuss poll strategies. Dr Parameshawar reportedly directed district in-charge ministers to take steps to win back rebels who have won in various districts in order to strengthen the party and enthuse party workers in their respective districts ahead of Lok Sabha polls in 2019.
The Deputy Chief Minister also reportedly directed ministers to expedite relief measures across the various districts ravaged by floods and ensure supply of drinking water wherever the drought seems looming.
“Ahead of Lok Sabha polls, these issues do matter,” he reportedly told his cabinet colleagues.
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