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Clipped Wings, Unhappy Loyalists and Disqualified MLAs: Why There’s No End in Sight for Yediyurappa’s Worries


Yediyurappa’s aides say the chief minister’s hands are tied and he is not in a position to dole out big favours and ministerial berths to anyone. Bengaluru: It has been almost one-and-a-half months since BS Yediyurappa returned as the chief minister of Karnataka. After a 27-day-long “one-man show”, Yediyurappa formed a Cabinet with 17 ministers, keeping the remaining 16 berths vacant. And the vigilant party high command in New Delhi wasted no time in imposing three deputy chief ministers on the 76-year-old party veteran, complicating the already complex power structure inRead More