K'taka Gov scraps 4,500 nominations made to co-op institutions

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Bangalore, Oct 12 (UNI) Karnataka Governor Rameshwar Thakur today cancelled the 4,500 nominations made to 1,500 cooperative institutions by the Kumaraswamy Government, that fell after BJP withdrew its support early this week.

According to official sources, Mr Thakur, who held a top level official meeting, had passed the order of scrapping the appointments made by Mr Kumaraswamy just before resigning his post.

The JD(S)-BJP coalition government, which had come to power in February 2006 after the fall of the Congress-JD(S) coalition Government, had taken similar decision cancelling such nominations.

KPCC president Mallikarjuna Kharge, who met the Governor yesterday, had urged him to review all important decisions taken by the Kumaraswamy Government against the prescribed norms.

UNI

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