Karnataka polls:Once again Guv allows himself to be used as a rubber stamp: Omar

Srinagar, May 17: Reacting to BJP legislature party leader BS Yeddyurappa’s sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Karnataka, National Conference (NC) working president Omar Abdullah alleged that once more an occupant of a Raj Bhavan allows himself to be used as a rubber stamp.
“Once more an occupant of a Raj Bhavan allows himself to be used as a rubber stamp. BJP announces (& then deletes) the details of #Yeddyurappa swearing in slated for tomorrow before it can be officially communicated,” Abdullah, who is the former chief minister of the state, wrote on micro-blogging site twitter.
Meanwhile, taking a jibe at Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad for his comment that BJP doesn’t want lessons on constitution from a party that below it up, Abdullah said, “Subtext we don’t need lessons from anyone else, we can blow the constitution to shambles & misuse the powers of Governors as well as the best in the business.”
Prasad in New Delhi said, “The party that blew up the constitution to shambles is teaching us the constitution, the party that imposed President rule the most number of times is giving us lessons.”
Yeddyurappa was on Thursday sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Karnataka for the third time, after an overnight high-voltage legal battle in the Supreme Court (SC).