The Supreme Court has given the Karnataka BJP a right but a big relief for a while and has refused to ban Yeddyurappa’s oath. Even after midnight, the hearing in the Supreme Court, even if the oath was not stayed, the court has sought a list of supporting legislators from the Bharatiya Janata Party. It has also demanded a letter of support given to the governor. In the case now the Supreme Court will be hearing again at 10.30 am on Friday.
Rapidly changing events
The results of assembly elections in Karnataka came on Tuesday. Since then, the political equations here are increasingly changing. On Wednesday evening, Governor Vajubhai Vala sent an invitation to BJP to form the government. Now Yeddyurappa will take oath of office at 9 o’clock this morning. Yeddyurappa has to prove a majority in 15 days. At the same time, the Congress reached the Supreme Court on Wednesday night in this matter. Tell us, PM Modi and Amit Shah will not be present at the swearing-in ceremony.
JDS-Congress had also submitted claim
Earlier, Congress and JDS leaders met Governor Vajubhai Va. JDS and Congress hands over Governor’s letter to 117 legislators It has the signature of 78 Congress, 37 JDS, a BSP and an Independent MLA. Tell you that voting was held in 222 seats in Karnataka, according to which the majority of 112 MLAs should support the majority. While BJP has only 104 legislators.
Gahmagami all night
At 9 am, BS Yeddyurappa will be sworn in as Chief Minister of Karnataka, but there is tremendous drama overnight over Yeddyurappa’s oath. This happened for the second time when the country’s largest court opened at midnight. Earlier on July 30, 2015, the Supreme Court was open on midnight in the case of terror Yakub Memon and he had heard the case. The lawyers of the Congress and government lawyers argued the whole night. The Bench of three judges heard both sides overnight and then ordered before sunrise of the day, that Yeddyurappa’s oath ceremony will be held right now.