Yeddyurappa will be the CM- Supreme Court


After the turn out of a long series of dramatic incidents, the supreme court has upheld the decision of Karnataka governor to swear in as chief minister. Earlier the governor has surprised by his decision to invite Yeddyurappa to form the government though he hasn’t got enough numbers to form the government. Irate by his choice, the congress party has knocked the door of supreme court at the midnight. After hearing for three long hours starting from 2 AM this morning, the Supreme Court has refused to put a stay on the swearing of BS Yeddyurappa as the new chief minister of Karnataka.

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