15 October 2011

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Former Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa sent to judicial custody till October 22 in corruption cases

Former Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa sent to judicial custody till October 22
in corruption cases




Former Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa was forced to resign as Chief Minister of Karnataka on July 31 after then Lokayukta Santosh Hegde's report on illegal mining accused him of accepting kickbacks

Yeddyurappa and others have been named as accused in two private complaints filed by advocate Sirajin Basha for alleged irregularities in denotification of lands.



Lokayukta court rejected the bail plea of Former CM BS Yeddyurappa who is accused of corruption.
After that court issued warrant against him.
The court also denied bail to Yeddyurappa's former ministerial colleague SN Krisnaiah Setty

Mr. Yeddyurappa's two sons - BJP Lok Sabha member BY Raghavendra and BY Vijayendra - and his son-in-law R Sohan Kumar have also been accused of conspiring to denotify land to make money were granted conditional bail.

When the court was hearing the bail plea Yeddyurappa was not present in the court.
He sent a medical certificate saying he was suffering from back pain and sought exemption from personal appearance.

A three-member team of the Lokayukta police reached Mr. Yeddyurappa's residence at around 3 pm with the warrant, but had to leave as he was not home.

Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa surrendered at the Lokayukta court a little after 5 pm.
He has been sent to Judicial custody till October 22 and sent to Bangalore Central Jail

Another accused, former minister S N Krishnaiah Setty, was sent to judicial custody till October 22 by Lokayukta special judge N K Sudhindra Rao,
Reading out his order the judge said he has rejected the bail pleas of Yeddyurappa and Setty but allowed those of 14 others.

Yeddyurappa's family members were directed to furnish a bond for Rs five lakh and Rs 10 lakh as surety in the two cases for their bail and also submit to the court chartered accountant certified copies of the bank accounts of Davalagiri Properties and Adarsh Homes Pvt Limited owned by them.

The court directed the remaining accused on bail to furnish a bond for Rs five lakh and slapped conditions that they should not tamper with evidence and not make any attempt to flee the country.

He has been accused of illegally denotifying land that had been reserved for projects of public interest to benefit his family.

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5 comments:

veerubhai October 15, 2011  

Thanks for this important update SM.

veerubhai October 15, 2011  

Thanks for this imp update sm.

rama October 15, 2011  

I hope he doesn't come up with some medical reasons to stay out of jail, like the other politicians, and film actors. I don't understand, why doctors too fall into their trap and keep them in their 5 star hospitals. Everybody knows that they are not ill, but still allow them to seek the help of medical certificates.
They should all be locked in the worst cells and the keys thrown into the sea.