After daylong Natakas in both the camps, BJP Yedi to be sworn in on Thu
16 May 2018 08:42 PM
Victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party in the Supreme Court over government formation in Goa has become a major stumbling block for the same party now in forming the government in Karnataka.
It’s the single largest party, but has no majority.
Wednesday was a day of formal meetings and delegations to the Raj Bhavan for both the camps after Karnataka voter threw up a hung Assembly.
The legislature parties met and elected their leaders, especially Kumaraswamy as the leader of JDS and Yeddyurappa as the leader of the BJP.
The Congress and other two MLAs supported the JDS unconditionally.
Yeddyurappa met Governor Vajubhai Vala with his 104 MLAs in the morning and JDS, Congress and other two in the afternoon.
It is learnt that the Governor will invite Yeddyurappa on Thursday to be sworn in and give him seven days to prove his majority.
That means the 104-strong BJP has to win over at least 8 more MLAs from the Congress-JDS camp on their side.
Due to this, the Congress-JDS alliance has sent all its MLAs to a resort in Kerala. Looks like the Political Nataka in Karnataka will go on at least for a week.
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