In Karnataka, BJP Legislative Party leader BS Yeddyurappa will take oath at 9 am in the prescribed schedule on Thursday. Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vaal on Wednesday evening. s. Invited Yeddyurappa to form a new government and to take oath as Chief Minister on Thursday. Yeddyurappa has to prove a majority in 15 days. PM Modi and Amit Shah will not be present at the swearing-in ceremony.Earlier on Thursday, the Supreme Court gave a major relief to the Karnataka BJP and refused to ban Yeddyurappa’s oath. The Supreme Court has also asked for a list of supporting legislators from the Bharatiya Janata Party. It has also demanded a letter of support given to the governor. In case, the court will now hear again at 10.30 am on Friday morning.Congress reached the Supreme Court against Yeddyurappa’s swearing in. The Supreme Court agreed to hear the Congress petition challenging the decision of Governor Vajubhai Vala to invite BJP to form a government in Karnataka.petition sought to ban BJP YS Yeddyurappa from being administered the oath of office of Chief Minister.The Governor had invited the BJP to form the government late in the evening. Yeddyurappa has been asked to prove majority in the assembly in 15 days. BJP emerged as the largest party by securing 104 seats in the state assembly elections.At the same time, the Congress-JD (S) coalition, formed after the election, has 116 MLAs. This coalition also presented the claim to the governor to form a government.BJP’s State unit spokesman Vamnacharya said, “We received a letter from Raj Bhawan, in which Yeddyurappa has been asked to form government and take oath at 9.30 in the morning.” Yeddyurappa will swear alone in a simple ceremony alone during the tough security at the glass house in the lawn of the Raj Bhavan in the heart of the city.Vamnacharya said that the Governor has invited party leaders and newly elected MLAs for the swearing-in ceremony, but no official statement has been issued to the media from the Raj Bhavan until the news is written.