Karnataka tourism minister and mining magnate G Janardhana Reddy, indicted by Lokayukta along with B S Yeddyurappa and three other ministerial colleagues, on Thursday said the question of his resignation does not arise as the entire cabinet 'goes' when the chief minister quits.
He was responding to a question by reporters whether he would resign in the wake of his indictment by the Lokayukta.
Reddy declined to comment on the report submitted by Karnataka Lokayukta N Santosh Hegde, saying, "Without having the report in my hand, I don't want to comment anything."
He said he would address the media in a day or two and give "all clarifications" and respond "point-by-point" the issues raised in the report.
Besides Reddy, his brother G Karunakara, B Sreeramulu and V Somanna are the other ministers indicted by the report.