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       BSY withdraws police from Eagleton resort where Cong MLAs are put up
         Posted on :17:54:49 May 17, 2018
       Last edited on:23:37:33 May 17, 2018
         Tags: BSY, Eagleton resort, Security, Cong JDS MLAs

BENGALURU: Immediately after being sworn-in as new Karnataka CM, B S Yeddyurappa has withdrawn police from Eagleton resort where Congress and JD(S) MLAs have been lodged. Meanwhile, he has also ordered the transfer of top IAS officers, as reported by NewsX Bureau.

B S Yeddyurappa ultimately took oath as Karnataka’s new Chief Minister on Thursday. After the night long drama, BJP in Karnataka took a sigh of relief when Supreme Court did not put a stay on Yeddyurappa’s swearing-in ceremony.

On Wednesday night, Governor Vajubhai Vala invited BJP’s Yeddyurappa to take an oath as Karnataka’s new CM.

However, the invite was opposed by the Congress-JDS combine that later moved to the Supreme Court regarding the matter. The apex court observed that it can pause the oath ceremony, but did not dismiss the plea saying would hear the plea on next Friday.

However, the crown on the newly sworn-in CM has not fitted properly. The BJP has 15 days to prove its majority in the state, which means the drama in Karnataka is not over yet.

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