Bangalore, Jun 3 (UNI) Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, who was sworn in as 19th Chief Minister of the state on May 30, will seek Vote of Confidence on June 6 as directed by Karantaka Governor Rameshwar Thakur.
Addressing newspersons here today after holding a review meeting with officials, Legislators and Lok Sabha members from the city on the recent rain havoc in certain areas in the city, Mr Yeddyurappa said he has decided to move a motion of confidence on Friday.
Expressing confidence that his government will sail through the motion, Mr Yeddyurappa said the Governor had agreed to his request to address the joint session of the Legislature and has agreed to deliver it on June 6.
He would move the Vote of Confidence motion after the Governors address, Mr Yeddurappa said.
He said the newly constituted Karantaka assembly will elect a new Speaker on June 5 and indicated that senior party colleague Jagadish Shettar has agreed to accept the post which he had declined earlier.
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