Ahead of his 4th stint as Karnataka CM, Yeddyurappa becomes Yediyurappa

Yediyurappa has already started using this spelling on his official letterheads and the letter staking a claim for the formation of the new government also had this new spelling.

Written by July 26, 2019 20:59

New Delhi: Hours before taking oath as the Chief Minister of Karnataka, BJP leader B S Yeddyurappa dropped a ‘d’ and replaced it with an ‘I’ in his name, which will now be spelt B S Yediyurappa.

The change reflected on hs twitter handle as BJP President at around 3 PM on Friday.

Reportedly, Yediyurappa has already started using this spelling on his official letterheads and the letter staking a claim for the formation of the new government also had this new spelling.

Yediyurappa’s personal website, which is also endorsed through his twitter handle, however, still uses the old spelling.

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