BS Yeddyurappa not able to complete the term
Before that BS Yeddyurappa has become CM three times, but has never been able to complete his term. 76-year-old Yeddyurappa is credited with making BJP-led government for the first time in South India in 2007. For the first time BS Yeddyurappa took oath of office for the first time on November 12, 2007. But he could become CM only for seven days. The government fell due to withdrawing JDS support.
CM for 3 years
BS Yeddyurappa became CM for the second time on May 30, 2008. This time they were CM till 31st July 2011. His name came in corruption in the investigation of the Lokayukta. Because of this, he had to quit his post. Instead, BJP made Sadanand Gowda CM. In this way, Yeddyurappa could not complete the term as CM for the second time. Second time he became CM for 3 years and 62 days
Li swear in 2018 for the third time
In the May Assembly elections in May last year, BJP emerged as the largest party. There was a lot of chances of getting a majority from the BJP's 8 seats in Karnataka with 224 Assembly seats. On May 17, 2018, BS Yeddyurappa took the oath of office for the third time. But they could not raise the magical figure of proving the majority. He resigned on May 23. After that JDS of Kumaraswamy CM became JDS with the support of Congress. Now, what will happen in Yeddyurappa's fourth term?
A renamed spellings named
It is believed that BS Yeddyurappa has great faith in astrology. Now he has once again added a D with his name and added it. His letter to BJP's national president Amit Shah was his name changed to his spelling on the letterhead. With this, he used the same in the letter of claiming to make the governor a government today. He has already removed D. and has added a D in his name. He also gave it information in newspapers.