Following the election results when none got the majority to form the government in Karnataka, Congress led by Siddaramaiah and JDS led by
HD Kumaraswamy, decided to join hands and form a new government. But, the governor of the state called Yeddyurappa to form the government and permitted him to prove the majority in 15 days. Following this, Yeddyurappa had sworn in as the CM of Karnataka. But, a case had been filed in Supreme Court and the court questioned the governor for calling the BJP to form the government. The Apex Court also ordered that the majority should be proved by 4 pm on 19th May 2018, today. But, the BJP skip the floor test and Yeddy stepped down as the CM after garnering the sympathetic speech. At present, Yedyyurappa and his people are in meeting with the Governor. Stay tuned with us for the latest updates!