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The Supreme Court will decide the future of Chief Minister Yeddyurappa

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Bangalore :18 May :- Yeddyurappa is sworn in as the Chief Minister, but the Karnatki drama is not screened. Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) have not succeeded in not going to the Supreme Court overnight. But due to the validity of the swearing in will be decided by the court’s decision, all the attention is now being taken on Friday’s hearing.
Governor Vajubhai Vala administered the oath of office to Yeddyurappa at Raj Bhawan on Thursday morning. But this was possible due to the fact that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah were not present. Yeddyurappa himself did not feel very happy when taking an oath.

Congress and JDS MLAs started betting outside the Karnataka Legislative Assembly against the swearing-in. It was said that three members of both the parties, as well as other and independent, were present. While announcing the announcement against the Governor and Yeddyurappa outside the assembly, BJP workers, including Bangalore, Yeddyurappa then announced that after expanding the majority, we will expand the cabinet. He also announced the waiver of the farmers for a loan of Rs. 1 lakh. They are hoping that some opposition MLAs will not get you from this announcement.

32 Attention to Lingayat MLAs?
The BJP has focused on the Lingayat MLAs of the Congress and the Janata Dal. The decision to nominate Kumaraswamy of the Voklakal community as Chief Minister will be broken as the Lingayat MLAs of both the parties are not acceptable. Congress has 21, and Janata Dal’s 10 MLAs are Lingayat. Two Lingayat MLAs of Congress are missing, they are said to be on the BJP path.

Hearing again today in Supreme Court
Although the Governor has given a 15-day deadline to prove majority, the hearing of the Congress will be heard again on Friday in the Supreme Court. At that time Yeddyurappa will be given a list of the MLAs given to the Governor before the court. Senior jurist Ram Jethmalani also gave a free challenge to the swearing-in. He will also present his statement before the bench.
> ModiStile Begins: After taking oath, Yeddyurappa took a glimpse at the temple and later fell on the feet of the Assembly. Narendra Modi also did such a thing before going to Parliament for the first time after becoming the Prime Minister.

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