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Posted on Jan 02, 10:13PM | UNI
Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar today reiterated that his government will complete its full term and there was no threat to its survival.
Speaking to reporters at his official residence 'Krishna' here, he said, in an indirect reference to former chief minister and KJP leader B S Yeddyurappa threatening to pull down the government, he was not concerned at 'deadlines' set by some leaders.
'There is no problem to the government and we are not concerned with these deadlines.
'I will be presenting the State Budget in February and it will be a good one,' he said.
He said the legislature session would be held in the city when he would present his maiden budget and its preparation was in full swing with top officials and experts fully involved in it.