Will Chief Minister B.S Yeddyurappa complete his term?

The Karnataka elections, 2018 saw no clear majority. With BJP getting 104/222 seats, still needs at least 8 more seats to form the government. On the other hand, INC and JD(S) together in the post-electoral alliance, has 78 and 38 together forming 116 seats, claiming the stake to form a coalition government in Karnataka.

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With the validity of the Sri B.S Yeddyurappa’s Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) government still challenged in the Supreme court and the hearing is scheduled to be on the 18th of May 2018, the author of this article does not wish to speculate on the outcome. The matter is sub-judice as shall be fully respected until the final verdict is out.

However, from an astrological point of view, let us assess the timing of the swearing ceremony by the newly elected Chief Minister, Sri B.S. Yeddyurappa. The official timing was at 9:00 AM on 17th May 2018, Bangalore. Exactly at 9:02 AM, Sri B.S Yeddyurappa took oath as the Chief Minister.

Let us analyse the chart at the time of the Swearing ceremony. Please remember, the chart below is purely on the basis of the time at when the ceremony took place. Therefore, one would require assessing on what will be the planetary position at the of ceremony and the main and sub-period at the time of taking the oath.

Please go through the following readings.

Mercury Sun, Moon Asc, Venus
Swearing Ceremony

Chart, Bangalore at 9:02 AM.

Rahu
Ketu, Mars
Saturn Jupiter (R)

Now, if one would check the ceremony time, the above is the planetary alignment. Please find the assessment of the author.

In astrology, the ascendants have classified into three categories. These ascendants are as follows: Common sign, Fixed sings and Dual signs. In terms of priority, the fixed sign is the best, common sign is the second and then the last dual signs. Thus, at the time of taking the oath, the ascendant which was rising is Gemini. This being a dual sign, the time at which the ceremony took place is it-self, shaky. Now, the ascendant has the placement of Venus. Planet Venus is the Maraka planet (Lord of 12th house form the ascendant) is not giving required strength to the ascendant.

More so, planet Saturn is placed is badhaka sthan which is the 7th house from the ascendant. Therefore, the Badhaka sthan is very strong. Therefore, it looks as if, it would not be easy for Sri B.S Yeddyurappa may face challenges to prove his majority either to the Supreme court or on the floor test.

Also, if one would look at the Main period, Sub period and the Sub sub-period. Are again not very supportive. The following is the follow: Mars, Rahu and Saturn respectively.

The coming days may not be easy for Sri B.S Yeddyurappa to prove his majority, considering the time of Ceremony is taking into account.

[Disclaimer: The Above article is purely an assessment of Muhurta time of Swearing Ceremony of Sri B.S Yeddyurappa. The author is not speculating anything nor partisan with any political party. The above is merely an assessment of the time at which the ceremony took place]

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