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Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

The 2-day old B S Yeddyurappa government in Karnataka collapsed today, with the chief minister announcing his decision to resign without facing a trust vote

BS Web Team  |  New Delhi 

Karnataka Election result 2018: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader B S Yeddyurappa on Saturday resigned as the chief minister of Karnataka, two days after he took oath. Delivering an emotional speech in the Karnataka Assembly, Yeddyurappa slammed the "opportunistic alliance" between Congress and Janata Dal (Secular), labelling it "unholy". Yeddyurappa said his only ambition was to serve people. “My entire life has been a test. Today is another. People of Karnataka have voted for us, and shown faith in the BJP.” "I will lose nothing ...

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Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Karnataka governor should resign: Sharad Pawar NCP chief Sharad Pawar said on Saturday that Karnakata Governor Vajubhai Vala should resign after the three-day-old B S Yeddyurappa government in the state collapsed just before a crucial trust vote in the assembly.   Pawar said Vala's actions have damaged democracy.

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Central govt should resign on moral grounds, says  Akhilesh Yadav Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday termed the collapse of the three-day-old B S Yeddyurappa government in Karnataka a "victory of the people's mandate" and asked the central government to resign on moral grounds, as reported by PTI.   An emotional Yeddyurappa resigned as chief minister of the southern state without facing a trust vote, ordered by the Supreme Court on a petition by the Congress and JD(S) challenging Governor Vajubhai Vala's decision inviting the BJP to form the government.   "Today, the people's mandate has prevailed over money power," Yadav wrote on Twitter in Hindi.   "Those who thought they could buy everyone have learnt the lesson that there are still people left who don't consider politics a business," he tweeted.   "The central government should also resign on moral grounds," he added.

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Cong-JD(S) invited to form Karnataka govt, given 15 days to prove majority

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Karnataka Governor invites Congress-JD(S) alliance to form government Governor has invited me to form government. Oath ceremony (as Chief Minister) to be held on Monday between 12 noon-1 pm: HD Kumaraswamy after meeting Governor #KarnatakaElectionResults2018 pic.twitter.com/XILynYuxaL — ANI (@ANI) May 19, 2018

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

JDS-Cong coalition will not last long: Ananth Kumar Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar on Saturday said the coalition government of Congress and the JD(S) would not last long as it was an "unholy nexus."    "BJP alone can give a stable government," Kumar told PTI here soon after B S Yeddyurappa announced his decision to quit as Karnataka chief minister without facing the vote of confidence in the Assembly.   The party cadres would not sit idle even for a minute and would take the "Congress' story of betrayal" to every village of Karnataka, he said.

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Democracy in Karnataka has been saved by the actions of the Supreme Court. I extend my congratulations to @hd_kumaraswamy and @INCIndia. May this herald the coming together of secular parties for the upcoming elections. — M.K.Stalin (@mkstalin) May 19, 2018

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

JD(S)'s HD Kumaraswamy will meet Governer Vajubhai Vala at 7.30 pm, to stake claim for forming government.

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Truth can never be defeated! Truth will always defeat a lie or liar! #KaranatakaFloorTest— Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) May 19, 2018

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

If BJP govt has any shame then they should forthwith resign from Goa: Yatish Naik, Goa Congress spokesperson Just like what happened in Karnataka, if BJP govt has any shame then they should forthwith resign from Goa and also from the other states from where they have stolen the majority: Yatish Naik, Goa Congress spokesperson pic.twitter.com/mYSXb5Wsbc — ANI (@ANI) May 19, 2018

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Congress does not respect institutions & this statement is just an evidence of that. Is this how they show respect towards the post of the Governor?: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Sanjay Nirupam's statement about #Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala pic.twitter.com/lduDcmaCDo — ANI (@ANI) May 19, 2018

Karnataka govt formation: Cong-JD(S) gets invite, 15 days to prove majority

Rahul Gandhi's claims that Congress defeated BJP is laughable: Prakash Javadekar Rahul Gandhi's claims that Congress defeated BJP is laughable. For them (Congress) EVM is good when they win but the point is that they are not winning anywhere. So for them, the EVM is bad: Prakash Javadekar, BJP #KarnatakaElections pic.twitter.com/WXQFw2XRJM — ANI (@ANI) May 19, 2018

First Published: Sat, May 19 2018. 12:57 IST
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