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Denotification Case: High Court Rejects BSY Plea to Stay Lokayukta Investigation


Team Udayavani, Jul 3, 2017, 2:36 PM IST

Bengaluru: Karnataka state high court has dismissed a petition  on Monday which sought a stay order on a denotification case registered against former Karnataka Chief Minister, BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa. The court adjourned the case until July 07. 

Right to Information (RTI) activist, Jayakumar filed a petition before Karnataka High Court in 2010 and sought an investigation on Gangenahalli denotification case. Accordingly, Lokayukta officials registered a case against BSY and have been investigating the case.

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