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Issue in Karnataka regarding power

In 2018 election the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won 104 seats, Indian National Congress(INC) won 80 seats, Janata Dal Secular (JDS) won 37 seats and others won 3 seats. As we know BJP and INC are national parties and Janata Dal Secular is a local party whereas the Janata dal is a local party which was mainly supported by farmers and local communities. In Karnataka tha BJP was headed by B.S. Yeddurappa and INC was headed by Siddaramaiah and the Janta Dal was headed by H.D. Kumaraswamy. In 2018 election the Janata Dal had coailition with Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) in which the BSP won just one seat.

After the election result the BJP thought that it may form the government because it had the majority of seats but 104 seats is not enough to form the government. The then governor Vajubhai Vala gave 15 days time to the BJP to prove their majority to form the government but the supreme court reduce it to 3 days in which the BJP failed to prove their majority to form the government. In the mean time INC and JDS formed a post election coalition and formed the government. H.D Kumaraswamy became the Chief Minister and siddaramaiah became the deputy chief minister. But in 2019 Lok Sabha election the JDS being ruling government in the state won just one seat out of twenty eight seats and INC won two seats, whereas the BJP won 25 seats.

within one year of ruling by coalition government people are vexed with the government, many scams on the ruling party were came into picture due to which in lok sabha election the ruling party miserably failed. Meanwhile 16 legilators resigned from ruling party and 2 independent MLA's switched their supprt to BJP party due to which the ruling party lost majority, the same had been informed to the governor. The governor gave time to the ruling party to prve their majority in the floor test. Both the ruling and opposition parties accepted the same and after 3 days of huge fight the ruling party headed by the kumaraswamy lost the trust vote and resigned. Afterwards on 26th July 2019, B.S. Yeddurappa took oath as the Chief Minister of Karnataka.