Karnataka elections:B.J.P Government sworn in
B.J.P Govt for the first time was sworn in today afternoon,When the c B.S.Yeddyurappa took oath as chief minister of Karnataka.
the 66 year old Yeddyuruppa was elected fom shikaipura for 6th time
defeating Bangarappa the samajwadi party leader.
Many stallwarts from B.J.P were present including Narendar Modi who had campaigned intensively in these elections.
Party was able to ganer support of six independant rebel M.L.As of J.D.S,Congress and B.J.P.
This is a second inning for the chief minister Yeddyuruppa, and it is to be seen how long the govt last with the support of the rebel M.L.As.
Latest: B S Yeddyurappa the B.J.P leader of Karnataka was in New Delhi on Wednesday to meet top BJP leaders.he will be sworn on friday may the 30th as the Chief Minister of the state. in an interview to the media he said that he will take minority into confidence.
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in recent development B.J.P leader B S Yeddyurappa who led B.J.P to remarkable victory staked claim to form government in Karnataka.He met Governor armed with the support of five independent M.L.A.s taking the tally to 113 over the mark of simple majority.
the governor was shown the letter of support by the five independent M.L.As.
The independents who helped BJP garner the much needed support to form the government are Shivaraj Thangadi, the BJP rebel who won from Kanakagiri, JD(S) rebel emerging victorious from Hosadurga, Goolihatti Shekhar, and three Congress rebels Narendra Swamy (Malavalli), Venkataramanappa (Pavagada) and D Sudhakar (Hiriyur).
Earlier BJ.P emerged as the single largest party only three short of majority. B.J.P won 110 seats in A 224 seat assembly.Pro congress media has forecasted congress win in exit polls. congress stood at second place with 80 seats and J.D.S could manage only 28 seats.
The people of karnataka voted for stability and great betrayal by J.D.S.
this will be the first B.J.P Government in south for B.J.P on its own.