How Can a Party Without Majority Form Govt, Asks Sidda as BSY Set to Take Oath Soon
By News 18 26-Jul-2019
Minutes after meeting Governor Vajubhai Vala to stake claim to form government, senior BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa, while addressing the media, said that he will take oath as chief minister around 6pm today. Reacting to the development, former CM Siddaramaiah said that Karnataka assembly had become an experimental lab for the BJP. He asked how could a governor allow a party without majority to form government.
Yeddyurappa met Vala a day after Karnataka Assembly speaker KR Ramesh Kumar disqualified three rebel Congress MLAs under the anti-defection law. "I will request him to allow me to take oath at 12.30pm. I am already the opposition leader, hence there is no need of legislator party meeting," said Yeddyurappa before meeting the governor at 10am.
BS Yeddyurappa's fourth stint as the Chief Minister will come today evening, after the May 2018 Assembly polls, during which he had to resign just three days after being sworn in. In 2018, he was unable to prove majority after staking claim to form the government stating that the BJP had emerged as the single largest party with 104 seats in the 225-member Assembly.
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