Once again there is a Yeddyurappa government in Karnataka, sworn in as chief minister
A new chapter has now been added to the play of Karnataka. The Bharatiya Janata Party, which is not showing any haste to form the government till Thursday, claimed to form government in the state on Thursday. In the evening, Yeddyurappa had taken an oath of office for the fourth time ...
BS Yeddyurappa taking oath as the Chief Minister of Karnataka
Bharatiya Janata Pati chairman BS Yeddyurappa is sworn in as Karnataka's new chief minister. With this, a new chapter of Karnataka politics has started. Yeddyurappa has become the new chief after breaking the barrier of not holding any post of BJP after 75 years. Two days earlier, the government of the Congress and the Janata Dal-Secular Alliance led by HD Kumaraswamy in the floor test fell.
Yeddyurappa's name was at the forefront after winning the Floor Test
BS Yeddyurappa had earlier reached the Raj Bhavan to meet Governor Vajubhai Vala. He had claimed to make a government in Karnataka. On July 31, Yeddy has to prove a majority in the assembly. Kumaraswamy was unable to prove majority on July 23. The Congress-JDS coalition government was able to run for only 14 months after falling vote of the confidence vote. After this, Yeddyurappa was waiting for the fourth time to get the green signal from the central leadership to form the government.
Before swearing, Yeddyurappa changed his name spellings
After receiving an invitation from the Governor to form the government, BS Yeddyurappa has done many tricks earlier. He changed the spelling of his name. First, they name their name B..S. Yeddyurappa was writing. By changing it, Yediyurappa turned up. After taking the oath, Yeddyurappa's biggest concern will be to get confidence vote in the assembly. For this, they will have to make their move with caution. Well, Yeddyurappa is considered a master of politics and this time he has also made the environment better.
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