Chennithala opposes cabinet reshuffle again

Dilli: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has again expressed his strong reservation against the proposed cabinet reshuffle. After meeting INC president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul, Ramesh said that any large scale changes would rock both the party and the front. With local bodies’ polls fast approaching, disturbing the existing equilibrium in the will be detrimental. The ‘I’ faction, led by him, is opposing the reshuffle, as it is certain that some of the key portfolios which is currently held by its nominees will have to be forfeited in case of a reshuffle. He also iterated that any move to re-induct KC {B} MLA K B Ganesh Kumar will dent the image of the government.

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