Bangalore,26/7: BS Yediyurappa became the Chief Minister for the fourth time after toppling the Congress-JDS coalition Karnataka state government on 26 July 2019. But even in his fourth term, he could only stay on the chair for two years. All his tenures as Chief Minister were full of controversies and not very long. But what were the reasons for his sudden resignation?
Yediyurappa belongs to the powerful Lingayat community of Karnataka. He became the Chief Minister for the first time in the year 2007. Then he was able to stay in the chair only for a week. After this, he was the Chief Minister of the state from 2008 to 2011 but had to resign on corruption charges. After the elections in the state in 2018, he became the Chief Minister for only two days and could not prove his majority. However, later he became the Chief Minister again after coming with 13 MLAs of Congress and JDS.