Mysuru: “We can’t satisfy the unsatisfied. They will always remain unsatisfied,” said Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday striking back to the comments made by C M Ibrahim in Mysuru. Ibrahim had expressed dissatisfaction with the style of functioning of Siddaramaiah on Friday.
Ibrahim, speaking to mediapersons had mentioned that Siddaramaiah was not working to the expected levels and failed to address many issues.
Speaking about drought situation and crop loss across the State the CM said, “I have not yet received the report regarding the crop loss across the State. Once we get the report, Revenue Minister Kagodu Thimmappa will submit the same to the Central government who are expected to compensate for the same”.
Wage revision for police
“We have formed the Auradkar Committee to decide on wage revision for the police. The committee will collect the information regarding the problems faced by the police. Before deciding the wage revision, we will also go through the wage revision and wage policy of other states,” said Siddaramaiah.