BS Yeddyurappa resigns as Chief Minister ahead a minutes of trust votes

The BS Yeddyurappa led BJP government in Karnataka has gone before the trust votes take in Assembly floor test. 
The test failed to Yeddyurappa is said because the monitoring role of Congress' MLAs was very sincere, and that the duty done for success is in the spotlight now indicates one man – name, DK Shivkumar! 
It is noticeable that DK Shivkumar is the man who had harboured the Congress MLAs in Karnataka during Gujarat Assembly election result declared.
The failure of Yedurrappa was so because Congress MLAs were not fixed ably by the BJP to leak into the trust votes. The BJP needed 7 more MLAs short to its majority to prove the trust votes on the House floor. 
The MLAs of congress and JDS were held under full protection away from the BJP team. The BJP leaders were seen to be failed to connect with the Congress MLAs. DK Shivkumar played a daring role to protect the Congress and the JDS MLAs.
DK Shivkumar has made failed all the remedies and strategies of BJP's access up to  MLAs of the Congress and JDS. He had planned all the strategies for plying of MLAs from and their stay at hotel.
The preparation to protect the MLAs from the BJP had been chalked out a plan. The Congress had all its MLAs signed within 24 hours of result declared. 
All the MLAs were put under scanner then. The command of MLAs  had been taken by DK Shivkumar to protect them from the affinity of BJP team. Initially they were stayed in his resort.
Exactly after BS Yeddyurappa’s taking oath as chief minister of Karnatka, congress shifted its MLAs to Hyderabad, and the congress leaders at New Delhi, changing this matter into the law base wrestling, knocking the door of Supreme Court. 
The apex court fixed time frame of 24 hours to carry the floor test of majority in the Assembly on May 19.
Next day Congress brought them back to Bengaluru from Hyderabad. The MLAs of Congress were properly monitored. DK Shivkumar instructed to the MLAs before going to the Assembly House and said that none of our MLAs would talk with the BJP’s MLAs. 
No reaction of reply is to act even on being poked by the BJP’s MLAs, nor have we to quarrel.
Congress MLAs reached in Assembly when the House began. The Congress MLAs had no instruction for leaving the House on being postponed the Assembly during the lunch hour.
After the oath taking when the house was adjourned for two hours on lunch time; in the wake of this, no Congress MLAs went out; they were delivered the lunch packet at their table.
The BJP was failed desirably to connect the Congress MLAs under this strategy; consequently disappeared MLAs Pratap Gauda Patil and Anand Singh both be back in the House. The congress leaders had them put under their monitoring; had them mealed; and had them sat beside.
Janata Dal-Secular leader H D Kumaraswamy today said the Congress-JDS combine was not in a hurry and was awaiting an invitation from the Karnataka governor for government formation in the state. 
"We are not in a hurry. We are waiting for an invitation from the governor," he told reporters, soon after the BJP's B S Yeddyurappa announced his decision to quit as Karnataka chief minister without facing the vote of confidence in the assembly.
Asked about the future course of action, Kumaraswamy said the leaders of the Congress and the JD-S would sit together and take a decision on it.
The Congress has already categorically stated that it will be a Kumaraswamy-headed government in the southern state.
The May 12 Karnataka assembly polls threw up a hung assembly, with the BJP emerging as the single-largest party with a tally of 104 seats, but falling short of a majority.
The Congress-JD(S) combine has staked the claim with the governor to form the government, saying they have 117 MLAs in the 224-member House, with an effective strength of 221.
Polling for two seats was not held due to various reasons, while Kumaraswamy won from two places.
The Supreme Court had yesterday ordered a floor test in the Karnataka assembly at 4 pm today, drastically slashing the 15-day window given by Governor Vajubhai Vala to Yeddyurappa to prove his majority.

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