BS Yediyurappa takes oath as Karnataka Chief Minister

BS Yediyurappa on Friday took oath as Chief Minister of Karnataka for the fourth time after the BJP was invited to stake a claim. He has to prove his majority by July 31.

Yeddyurappa took oath as the 25th chief minister of the southern state at Raj Bhavan by the Governor. This comes three days after the JD(S)-Congress coalition government lost a trust vote on the floor of the state legislative Assembly.

Union Home Minister and BJP president Amit Shah wished him on taking the oath. He tweeted, “I am sure under his leadership and under the guidance of PM Modi, BJP will give a stable, pro-farmer and development-oriented govt in the State. I assure people of Karnataka that BJP is committed to fulfil their aspirations.”

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After taking oath as the Karnataka Chief Minister, Yediyurappa said: “I thank people of the state who gave me the opportunity to be the Chief Minister. My Chief Minister’s post is the respect to the people of the state.”

“I have taken two prominent decisions in the Cabinet meeting. In addition to the Prime Minister Kisan Scheme, I will also provide two instalments of Rs. 2000 to the beneficiaries,” he added.

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