Bommai will host a dinner for Amit Shah on May 3, discussions on crucial issues are expected

Bangalore, April 30 (IANS): Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will host a dinner at his official residence for Union Home Minister Amit Shah on May 3 during which discussions will take place on critical issues including the long-awaited cabinet expansion that will have a direct impact on the state. Elections to the Assembly.

The event will bring together former Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, senior BJP leaders and central committee members.

BJP leaders in the state have been pushing for a quick decision on expanding the cabinet.

They are pointing to the fact that there are only about 10 months left before the Karnataka Assembly elections and they will not be able to do anything if more time is consumed in making decisions, party sources have explained.

The leaders will discuss coordination between the state government and the party and iron out differences between the two sides.

They will also discuss how to keep Congress out of power and the impact of the alliance forged between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Karnataka Farmers Organization.

Bommai had said he would not speak about expanding the cabinet during his visit to New Delhi on April 30, however, the sources confirmed he would have a crucial first round of talks with key leaders.

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