Bangalore, Nov 9: Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa on Monday, Nov 9, ruled out dropping any of his ministers, a demand made by the dissidents.
Speaking to reporters here after his arrival from New Delhi, Yeddyurappa said, "No, that question does not arise at all." But he vowed to change his style of functioning.
Under the compromise worked out between the Chief Minister's camp and that of the dissident Reddy brothers, it was decided that Yeddyurappa would continue to head the government and a coordination committee will oversee its affairs in the state.
There was also an indication that a woman minister may be removed and the Speaker inducted into the Cabinet.
"You will see different Yeddyurappa from tomorrow", the Chief Minister said, expressing relief over the crisis had blown over. "Now I am extremely happy".
When asked whether he would reinstate the officials transferred in Bellary, which triggered the revolt, Yeddyurappa said he was not willing to discuss the matter with the media.
"Reddy brothers and I shall meet and sort out the issue," he said.