Yediyurappa Asks Siddaramaiah to Move Out of Cauvery Bungalow
The NEWS Minute
- Congress Legislature Party leader Siddaramaiah has been asked to move out of Cauvery, the official bungalow reserved for chief ministers.
- The current CM BS Yediyurappa himself made the demand as he wants to move into Cauvery.
- DPAR said Siddaramaiah, as leader of the opposition, has been offered a straight swap, he can move into Yediyurappa's previously allotted bungalow at No 2, RCR.
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- Yediyurappa said he is struggling to manage the number of people who turn up to meet him at both Krishna and Davalagiri, his private residence in Dollars Colony.
- It is said the CM no longer finds the "old charm" in his lucky bungalow at No 2, Race Course Road.