Yedyurappa resigned before floor test in karnataka assembly

 A big jolt to the newly elected BJP members at Karnataka, B.S. Yeddyurappa resigned on the floor of the Vidhan Soudha on Saturday ahead of a floor test to prove BJP’s numbers in the Assembly.

After taking the oath in the house ,Yeddyurappa was emotional while gaving speech in the House and said he was not moving the motion, but instead would go to the Governor to submit his resignation.

The proceedings of the House telecast live, as per the Supreme Court order on Friday. Senior BJP MLA K.G. Bopaiah, had been appointed as the Pro Tem Speaker to oversee the proceedings.

BJP, with 104 seats, was seven short of the required number of 111.

The Congress with 78 MLAs, the JD(S) with 36 and three others were also individually not in a position to form the government.

But with BJP now exiting the picture, the Congress-JD(S) combine has 114 seats, more than the required number.Now they are waiting for the governor to invite them to form the government in the state.

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