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    Yeddyurappa to be arrested today

    Ex Chief Minister B. S. Yeddyurappa is going to be arrested at 4 pm after is application for bail been rejected for the court.

    Lokayuktha did file a case agains Yeddyurappa related to land scam which had led to resign from CM position and now it may be arrest around 4 pm today.

    Court has issued an warrant for the arrest of B S Yeddyurappa and team of Lokayuktha police has left for the same.

    We need to wait and watch if the Yeddyurappa will surrender or police will arrest. With news around, it is still not decided what is Yeddyurappa going to do.

    With Yeddyurappa, his son Raghavendra has been one week time for the information to be provided to the court. However, Home minister Krishanaiah Shetty has been arrested by Police.

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  • #827
    This state of former CM was long back anticipated as he could be arrested at any moment by Lokayukta Police.

    It is a befitting example for future generation of politicians not too many will escape from the hook of law, for few it may be deferred but ultimate scenario is inevitable has to happen one or the other, it happened to former CM today.

    Law stood tall amidst lot of speculations that former CM may escape arrest warrant, hats off to judiciary it shown no mercy treated former CM on par with those who committed heinous crimes.

    Have to wait and watch the fate of his kith and kins in the coming days.


  • #828
    Updates on Karnataka Politics:

    Lokayukta DSP was not able to arrest him due to non availability of Yeddyurappa at his residence.

    They are talks going that he is in meeting with the Lingayat Religious leaders and may be deciding on the time of when to surrender or get arrested.

    Congress has hit back on the issue and BJP has received big blow with Advani on Jan Chaitanya Yatra which is against Corruption.

  • #829
    Finally - Ex Chief Minister of Karnataka B S Yeddyurappa surrendered himself.

    Court has ordered Yeddyurappa custody till 22nd October to the Police.

  • #831
    It is a katta meeta news. At least one time a powerful minister has been resigned and sent to jail.. good to know of that, there are still who have escaped the jaws of going to prison, and the list is a long one.
    The fate of the ex-chief minister of karnataka was expected long time ago, infact, if he is really innocent as he portrays and says, he should have surrendered on his own, instead of the sleuths catching him:-) Absolute power corrupts. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Likewise, he should not have taken the path of corruption just because his erst colleagues did so, that time media and public opinion was not so popular , today we live in a transparent society where every move is being watched.

    One should have desires but should not be overcome by greed. I think it is the greed that stranded him to go to jail.

  • #832
    It's a good news for not just our state, but also to whole India. Finally, law is taking control over corrupted politicians.

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