The Supreme Court has given the green signal to the BJP regarding the formation of government in Karnataka. Yeddyurappa has declared that it will not be able to stay in office.
The verdict was issued on Thursday morning.
Yeddyurappa will be sworn in at nine o’clock.
Earlier, the governor decided to open the door to the question of who would form the government in Karnataka.
Bharatiya Janata Party legislator BS Yeddyurappa was invited by Governor Vajpayee Wala to form the government.
BJP general secretary and Karnataka state in charge of Muralidhar Rao also confirmed this. Yeddyurappa has been given an invitation.
Muralidhar Rao announced that Yeddyurappa would be sworn in as Chief Minister on Thursday morning at 9 am.
However, he also suggested Yeddyurappa prove the strength of the Assembly within 15 days of taking over the government and sworn in as Chief Minister.
The other parties went to the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court has made it clear that Yeddyurappa cannot stay on the verdict after a lengthy inquiry.
The second time in history
It is the second time in the history of the Supreme Court hearing a case till the early morning.
Yeddyurappa went to the Congress and JD
The court has decided to take up the case at 1.45 pm after crossing midnight.
The bench comprising Justice AK Sikri, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice Sharad Arvind Bade,
Finally revealed the verdict in the early morning.
Abhishek Manu Singhvi on behalf of Congress. Mukul Rohatgi argued on behalf of BJP.
The Supreme Court has also conducted an inquiry after passing midnight on the execution of Yakub Menon’s execution.