Karnataka Assembly Election: Yeddyurappa Resigns From CM Chair, Governor can Resign too: Well, past recent days were not that good for the Karnataka Politics as well as for the all political parties. After the Assembly Election in Karnataka, none of the party including BJP, Congress & JDs came up with the winning figure. Even though BJP really did dominate both of these parties but still they didn’t have what they were really seeking for. After the election result, the fight started for making the government in Karnataka.
You all may already know that this fight went very harsh because political leaders came up with the lots of stories and controversies to make themselves in power. Today this whole thing took some other major changes when the BJP’s two days CM Yeddyurappa resigned from his chair, after the Supreme Court’s order about a floor test in the Karnataka assembly at 4 pm today, drastically slashing the 15-day window given by Governor Vajubhai Vala to BJP Chief Minister Yeddyurappa to prove his majority.
While CM Yeddyurappa resigned he clarified that, “I am going to resign as chief minister….I will go to Raj Bhavan and submit my resignation. I will travel across the state nonstop. We have received tremendous love and support across the state. For 2019, I promise, we will win 28 out of all 28 Lok Sabha seats. I won’t relent. I will continue to fight. I thank people of Karnataka.”
Also, he added that “Those who were swearing on the names of each other’s fathers and calling each other names before polls, have now come together to form this unholy alliance.”
Also, in Tweet, we have seen that Randeep Singh Surjewalas shared, “‘Operation Lotus’ fails! #BSYeddyurappa remains 2 day CM as the country predicted, breaking his own record of being 7 days CM. Democracy Wins! Constitution Wins!(sic)”