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Karnataka's Rulers and their Chief Minister.

Updated on May 27, 2013
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A qualified Textile Post Diploma Graduate and Ex.M D of a Textile Mill.

The Chief Minister of Karnataka 2013 to 2018

Accepted by People by Choice.

Mr.Siddaramaiah a popular politician who was a Deputy Chief Minister for 2 times in previous congress ruled periods won a majority of his party members in the recent elections and has come to power with steel grip in silky gloves.He is a hard worker known for his good work but was not so lucky to become the Chief Minister due to seniors in the party who deserved the place just on account of them being yes masters to the top most leaders in the national party at national level. Mr.Siddaramaiah did not get disheartened but continued to show his work in all the places and was in touch with the people at any time of the day. Mr.Siddaramaiah had hands on experience by working as finance minister of the state also besides the way the system in the place of power worked.He was a Law Keeper and a Teacher by profession all his knowledge will now need to be kindled to rule the ruined system bleeding with corruption.We people will watch and hope he will sweep the den of sleaze in govt with a iron broom.

The Swearing in Ceremony at Raj Bhavan.

Who keeps watch on what in this State.

Chief Minister Sidharamaiah
a) Department of Cabinet Affairs b) Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms c) Department of Finance including Institutional Finance and Small Savings & Lotteries excluding Excise d) Intelligence Wing from Home Department e) All subjects pertaining to Bangalore City from Urban Development Department f) Planning and Statistics Department g) Mines and Geology from Commerce & Industries Department h) IT, BT and Science & Technology Department i) Sericulture from Horticulture Department j) Energy Department k) Large and Medium Scale Industries from Commerce and Industries Department l) Any other Department not specifically allocated.
Born 12th August 1948
R.V.Despande
a) Higher Education from Education Department b)Tourism Department .
Age-66
Qamarul Islam
a) Municipalities and Local Bodies (CMCs, TMC & TPs) from Urban Development Department b) Departmet of Public Enterprises c) Minorities Welfare, Haj and Wakf Department.
Age-66
Ramalinga Reddy
Transport Department .
Age-60
T.B.Jayachandra
a) Law, Justice and Human Rights b) Parliamentary Affairs and Legislation c) Animal Husbandry from Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Department .
Age-64
Prakash B Hukkeri
a) Small Scale Industries from Commerce and Industries Department b) Muzrai from Revenue Department c) Sugar from Commerce and Industries Department .
Age-66
H.K.Patil
Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department .
Age-60. Bsc.,LLB
Shamanur Shivashakarappa
a) Agricultural Marketing from Co-operation Department b) Horticulture Department excluding Sericulture .
Age-82 - Shamanur Shivashankarappa is the current Member of the Legislative Assembly of Davanagere south and is the president of All India Veerashaiva Mahasabha,the apex body of Lingayats. He is the Chairman of Bapuji Educational Association which owns a chain of educational institutions including Bapuji Institute of Engineering & Technology. He is a well known educationalist and industrialist and owns a group of industries known as shamanur Group with sugar and Distillaries as prime business.His son Shamanur Mallikarjun was Minister for youth and Sports in the Government of Karnataka.
B.Ramanath Rai
Forest, Ecology and Environment Department .
Age-61
V.Sreenivasa Prasad
Revenue Department (excluding Muzrai)
Age-64
H.C.Mahadevappa
Public Works, Ports and Inland Transport Department (excluding Ports and Inland Transport)
Age-60
K.J.George
Home Department (excluding Intelligence Wing) .
Age-63
H.S.Mahadeva Prasad
Co-operation Department excluding Agriculture Marketing .
Age-55
M.H.Amarnath (Ambarish)
Housing Department .
Age-61
Baburao Chichansur
a) Textiles from Commerce and Industries Department, b) Ports and Inland Transport from Public Works, Ports and Inland Transport Department .
Age-62
Vinay Kumar Sorake
Urban Development Department - City Corporations (excluding BBMP) - KUWS&DB, KUIDFC, Directorate of Town Planning, Directorate of Land Transport, Urban Development Authorities excluding subjects pertaining to Bangalore City and also excluding CMCs, TMCs, TPs and Local Bodies.
Age-58
U.T.Khader
Health and Family Welfare excluding Medical Education .
Age-43
Satish L Jarkiholi
Excise from Finance Department .
Age-51
M.B.Patil
Major and Medium Irrigation from Water Resources Department .
Age-48
H.Anjaneya
a) Social Welfare Department b) Backward Classes Welfare Department .
Age-58
S.S Tangadagi
Minor Irrigation from Water Resource Department .
Age-42
Dinesh Gundu Rao
Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department .
Age-44
Krishna Byregowda
Agriculture Department .
Age-40.,B.E (Electronics)
Abhayachandra Jain
a) Youth Services Department b) Fisheries from Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Department .
Age-64
Sharan R Patil
Medical Education from Health and Family Welfare Department .
Age-46
Umashree
a) Women and Child Development and Empowerment of Differently Abled and Senior Citizens Department b) Kannada and Culture from Kannada and Culture, Information Department .
Age-56
P.T.Parameswar Naik
Labour Department.
Age-48
Kimmane Ratnakar
Education Department excluding Higher Education.
Age-44
Santosh Lad
a) Infrastructure Development Department b) Information from Kannada and Culture, Information Department.
Age-38
S.R.Patil
Medical Education from Health and Family Welfare Department .
Age-46
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Chief Minister's Advise to his Ministers.

'Stay Clear of Corruption'

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah became a tutor to all the ministers during the first meeting held after the swearing in ceremony.His first word of advise to them 'stat away from corruption and not get in to problems like previous government.He explained how corruption decided the fate of recent polls.A minister said it later further he cautioned his colleagues,especially first timers about the opposition which will have three former chief ministers .He told that any mistake can cause the entire party very dearly.The Chief Minister further told that they should not differentiate between ruling party and opposition MLA'S in granting works related to their departments.He is said to have said further that all ministers must be available to people both in their constituency's and vidhana soudha also that they should hold periodic reviews and conduct inspections related to their departments.( I must meet the Textile Minister and ask him what he is going to do with 3 Co-Operative Textile Mills that are closed ).

Get down to Work,Deliver or Perish.

We the people of Karnataka will watch these new Chief Minister and his Cabinet let them not get in to any Net.

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