BJP lodges a complaint against CM in 6.26 acre denotification case

First Published 17, Oct 2017, 6:21 PM IST
BJP lodges a complaint against CM in 6 26 acre denotification case
Highlights
  • BJP lodged a complaint  with ACB against the CM Siddaramaiah regarding a denotification of 6.26 acre land in Bhupasandra valued at Rs 300 crores.
  • Led by B J Puttaswamy, president of BJP Backward Classes Morcha, BJP leaders lodged a complaint with ACB on Monday.
  • Puttaswamy challenged that if the documents are false alleging denotification by Siddaramaiah he would commit suicide by hanging in front of Vidhana Soudha.
  • Siddaramaiah said the allegation is false, there is no need for Puttaswamy to hang himself. Instead let him think twice before alleging.

A complaint has been lodged by BJP with Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) against the Chief Minister Siddaramaiah regarding a denotification of 6.26 acre land in Bhupasandra valued at Rs 300 crore, reported Kannada Prabha.

Led by B J Puttaswamy, president of BJP Backward Classes Morcha, BJP leaders lodged a complaint with ACB on Monday. They alleged that the land has been denotified to favour a close aide. The 6.26 acres of land at Bhupasandra village at Bengaluru north taluk, for constructing Rajmahal Vilas Second stage was denotified and requested that action should be taken against him.

BJP leader Puttaswamy challenged that if the documents are false alleging denotification by Siddaramaiah he would commit suicide by hanging in front of Vidhan Soudha.

Responding to this Siddaramaiah said the allegation is false, there is no need for Puttaswamy to hang himself. Instead let him think twice before alleging. He has alleged, he has to prove it right and now that it is wrong I will not ask him to hang himself, he said

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