BJP’s BS Yediyurappa was sworn in for the fourth time today as the Karnataka Chief Minister, three days after the fall of the 14-month-old Congress-Janata Dal Secular coalition. Mr Yediyurappa says he will prove his majority in the Assembly at 10 am on Monday. Before his swearing-in, the 76-year-old changed the spelling of his name from “Yeddyurappa” to “Yediyurappa”. The three-time chief minister has never completed a term. His first term lasted one week and the second term, three years. The third stint was just 48 hours long.
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