Non-existent cabinet, uncertainty cloud Yediyurappa’s first 100 days in Karnataka
By Livemint 03-Nov-2019
- For the last 100 days, Karnataka chief minister B.S. Yediyurappa has been pretty much the only face of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government in the state.
- While this can be seen as a measure of Yediyurappa’s sincerity since he took office for the fourth time — and possibly his last, the same cannot be said of those he leads, which includes an almost non-existent cabinet.
- Political analysts say that Yediyurappa's minority government would have been judged more favourably, if it would have put half the efforts, it took to come to power in the state.
- “It spent time and planned the downfall of H.D. Kumaraswamy government but did not do the same for governance beyond that," Harish Ramaswamy, political analyst and faculty at Karnatak University, Dharwad said.
- Since Yediyurappa took office on 26 July after weeks and months of political uncertainty around the Kumaraswamy-led Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) or JD(S), a different kind of uncertainty continues to loom over the BJP ruled minority government.
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