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BJP files one more plaint against CM

Continuing its attack on Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, BJP filed one more case with ACB against Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday.

Published: 18th October 2017 02:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th October 2017 09:05 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: Continuing its attack on Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, BJP filed one more case with ACB against Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday. The  case pertains to alleged illegal allotment of alternative land at Hebbal for M/s  Shanta Industrial Enterprises, in lieu of their land acquired in Mahalakshmi Layout. 

The case filed by former BJP BBMP corporator NR  Ramesh along with party MLC BJ Puttaswamy has named former BDA  Commissioner Sham Bhat and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s son Dr  Yathindra as the main accused.

The complaint comes a day after Ramesh filed a case related to the alleged denotification of 6.26 acres of land at Bhupasandra with the ACB, in which Siddaramaiah is the main accused.
Hitting back at Siddaramaiah, who had dismissed Puttaswamy’s allegations as flimsy, the latter on Tuesday submitted a set of documents pertaining to both the cases to the CM’s office.

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