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BANGALORE: The standing committees of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) appear destined to be controversial. Barely days after the much-delayed committees were formed, rumours started doing the rounds on Tuesday that some disgruntled councillors had decided to withdraw their membership.
Reportedly, four councillors — Y. N. Ashwath from Kempegowda ward, K. V. Yeshoda from Chowdeshwari ward, K.N. Geetha Shashikumar from Attur and M. Muniraju from Yelahanka Satellite Town — had expected membership to high profile committees.
Unhappy with the committees they were elected to, they allegedly tendered their resignation to Yelahanka MLA S.R. Vishwanath.
Even as the reports were played up by television channels, all four councillors as well as Mr. Vishwanath denied any such incident.
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