The duo differed, though, in their opinion about investigation into the scam -- Kumaraswamy observed that it was satisfactory, while Siddarmaiah expressed doubts about it.
Cong demands debate by moving adjournment motion, govt rejects it
Congress leaders Priyank Kharge and Shivaraj Tangadagi questioned as to why the government has not taken any action against the MLA even when evidence points to his involvement.
KPCC chief DK Shivakumar said Dadesugur said he has given money to the government and there has to be a judicial probe into it.
CID sources said that RD Patil had managed to provide bluetooth facility to all the eight accused in order to help them easily answer questions in the PSI CET exam,
According to the CID, he allegedly tampered with the OMR sheets in exchange for huge monetary gratification by the accused candidates.
Paul, who was arrested by the CID police investigating the multi-crore scam on July 4, had moved a bail application before the court last week.
The Karnataka HC on Friday rejected four bail petitions and one anticipatory bail petition filed by seven accused allegedly involved in the PSI scam.
At this stage, they are not entitled for bail, he argued.
Senior IPS officer and ADGP Amrit Paul, who was arrested in connection with the PSI scam, was remanded in judicial custody on Friday.
Justice HP Sandesh posed this question to State Public Prosecutor (SPP) VS Hegde while hearing bail pleas filed by some candidates and middlemen involved in the scam.
Siddaramaiah also felt the need for a detailed probe into a dairy said to be written by Paul.
The officer was arrested on July 4 in the police sub-inspector (PSI) recruitment scam.
Police can seek maximum 14 days custody in a case.
Recording the submission of the CID, the court granted seven days to the agency to submit the details before adjourning the hearing to next Thursday.
Former chief of police recruitment, Additional Director General of Police, Amrit Paul, has reportedly denied having any role in the alleged multi-crore police sub-inspector recruitment scam.
He said the statement of the arrested ADGP is not being fully recorded by investigating officers.
Addressing a joint presser, Siddaramaiah and KPCC chief DK Shivakumar demanded the resignation of CM Basavaraj Bommai and Home Minister Araga Jnanendra.
Names 34 accused, including senior police officers, kingpins and candidates who wrote test
Bommai also blamed the previous Congress government, saying that the PSI question paper had leaked during that regime.