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Corruption case report against BSY on Nov 26


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BANGALORE: In more trouble for jailed former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, a local court on Wednesday granted one month time to Lokayukta police to submit its final report in a corruption case filed against him.

Lokayukta Special Court Judge N K Sudhindra Rao accepted the Lokayukta police’s request for time till November 26 to file the final report on allegations that Yeddyurappa received a Rs 13 crore kickback for awarding the second stage Upper Bhadra Irrigation project to a private firm.The Lokayukta police, which had been directed by the court to furnish the report on October 10 on the investigation conducted in connection with a private complaint lodged by JD-S leader Y S Datta, had sought time till Wednesday.(PTI)


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