Chief Minister Siddaramaiah hit back at the comments made by his close aide, C M Ibrahim in Mysuru on Friday. In a veiled attack, Siddaramaiah said, “We can’t satisfy the unsatisfied. They will always remain unsatisfied.”
He was speaking to the media at his residence in Ramakrishna Nagar on Saturday morning.
Ibrahim had expressed his dissatisfaction over the functioning of Siddaramaiah, saying he is not working expected levels and that the Chief Minister has failed to address many of the issues.
Speaking about loss of crop, the Chief Minister said, “I have not yet received any report regarding loss of crops in the state. After receiving the report, Revenue Minister Kagodu Thimmappa will hand it over to the central government. We expect the Centre to give compensation.”
“We have formed the Auradkar Committee to decide on the wage revision of the police. The committee will collect the information regarding the problems of the police and will give a report. We will decide regarding the wage revision after analysing the wage policy of other states,” Siddaramaiah added.