Karnataka illegal mining case: Yeddyurappa's petition adjourned to August 13
Bangalore, Aug 10 (ANI): The Karnataka High Court on Friday adjourned former Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa's petition seeking relaxation of one of the conditions of the anticipatory bail granted to him in the illegal mining case to August 13.
Justice Subhash B Adi adjourned the plea granting time to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to file its objections to the petition seeking relaxation of the condition according to which he should seek prior permission of the court if he has to travel out of Bangalore.
The apex court on August 6 rejected the CBI plea seeking cancellation of the anticipatory bail. The High Court on June 21 had granted conditional anticipatory bail to Yeddyurappa in the case.
The Supreme Court had on May 11 directed a CBI probe against Yeddyurappa for allegedly granting undue favours to firms involved in illegal mining in lieu of donations to a charitable trust run by his kin.
Yeddyurappa had then welcomed the Supreme Court order, and expressed confidence that he would be exonerated of all the charges.
"I hope that by just passing an order of inquiry does not mean that everything is over. I hope that it will come out very quickly and certainly CBI will investigate the matter and truth will come out," he had added.
Yeddyurappa was forced to quit from his post of state chief minister after the Lokayukta report indicted him in the illegal mining scam and also for his alleged role in irregularities in allotment of prime land to his relatives. (ANI)
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