Congress Accused CM BSY’s Son Of Taking 12 Crore Bribes

Congress accused CM Yeddyurappa’s son of taking 12 crore bribes, Siddaramaiah demands resignation. Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa’s son has been accused of taking bribe. Former state Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has accused CM’s son of Vijayendra of taking 12 crore bribes.

Alleging corruption, the Congress accused CM Yeddyurappa’s son of taking 12 crore bribes and has demanded the Chief Minister’s resignation. However, the BJP unit has denied these allegations. According to media reports, the BJP leader of Karnataka has been accused after a sting operation conducted by a Kannada TV channel.

Former state Chief Minister Siddaramaiah tweeted, “Chief Minister Yeddyurappa and his family have been caught taking bribe in the alleged 666-crore BDA construction project scam.

In this case, we were investigated by a Supreme Court Judge and the Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court. Demands. CM said that Chief Minister Yeddyurappa should resign ‘.

Hyderabad: Assistant Commissioner of Police Malkajgiri has been booked for misappropriation of property

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Wednesday registered a disproportionate assets case against Yalmakuri Narasimha Reddy, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Malkajgiri Division. The agency said in a press release that the government value of the properties so far has been found to be around Rs 7.5 crore, while the local market value is around Rs 70 crore.

A statue of Hanuman was found damaged on Wednesday near Pattikonda town in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. It has been informed by the police that on Tuesday late night some unknown miscreants broke the idol and placed it in another place. Police have also examined the CSTV footage of the area but to no avail.

“A statue of Hanuman was installed a year ago on the outskirts of the city of Patikonda near the National Highway,” said Pettikonda Circle Inspector Adinarayan Reddy. He further added, “Late Tuesday, some unidentified miscreants broke the statue, removed it from its location and threw it away.

There are no CCTV cameras in the area. We have examined the footage in CCTV cameras at some distance, But all of this was to no avail.” A case has been registered under Section 295, 295 (A) of the Indian Penal Code and the matter is being investigated.

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