Yediyurappa, not Yeddyurappa, sworn-in as Karnataka chief minister for fourth time
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Karnataka BJP President BS Yediyurappa, who earlier spelt his name as BS Yeddyurappa, was sworn-in as chief minister of the state for the fourth time on Friday. This comes three days after HD Kumaraswamy government of the Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) coalition failed to win trust vote.

The council of ministers will take oath later as the BJP is said to be still in the process to finalise the names of MLAs who would be part of the Yediyurappa government. Yediyurappa has to prove his government’s majority in a week’s time.

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