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Created by : Ayan Choudhury, Sr/Principal Corespondent, Leading media House  | 07 28 2011 12:05:23 +0000
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BJP too is forcing him to resign but he is seeking legal options to stay in. No one wants him, everyone knows how corrupt he is still he is not willing to leave! what should this attitude be called? Do you think he will resign at will ?

 
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At Last Yedurappa Resigned.....

In Real Sense, He was a (Non) BJP CM of Karnataka, He never respected BJP High Command, never followed BJP Ethics......


By AJAY KUMAR KHAITAN, Consultant  07 28 2011 14:15:02 +0000
 
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Is there a way to make him leave even if he does not give his resignation? If there is thats the only way he can go out. What does he think he is? Nobody wants him to stay and still he is standing there , strong!


By Ayan Choudhury, Sr/Principal Corespondent, Leading media House  07 28 2011 12:05:23 +0000
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I hope the clean kumarasamy and congress party also confess in "how the reddy brothers earned mining licences earlier".

BJP has to take this issue to court. Why is the BJP not taking Kumaraswamy, the Congress party and Reddy brothers to court?


By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 30 2011 08:34:19 +0000
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eddy has to go. for giving the mines licences. then national environment and ministry of mining under central govt control how they give NOC. I hope the clean kumarasamy and congress party also confess in "how the reddy brothers earned mining licences earlier".The thing is not yediurappa, the matter concerned is the share is undivided with other party heads.More thing will come if lokayutha willingly continue the scam from early days administration.
By pandianarjunan , project manager  | 07 30 2011 07:48:33 +0000
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... Then why yediurappa?....

Because BJP is fighting for Lokpal at the centre, want plenty of ministers to be in jail for 2G Scam etc etc. That means the same scale has to be used every where, in all states. So, Yeddy has to go.


By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 30 2011 07:18:32 +0000
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Is yediurappa has to resign? according to the theory followed by Indian national congress,janatha dal, samajwadi party,bahujam samaj party,devagowda`s janatha dal,DMK,ADMK,telugu desam,CPM ,CPI,its not necessary.If you require references go to Library and collect the materials for the following corruption deals. 1)Nagar wala (indira gandhi) 2)Bofors(rajiv gandhi),(sonia) 3)saakaria commission report (DMK) 4)cattle feed scam(lallu prasad Yadhav), 5)66 crores worth wealth case against ADMK CM 6)pranayi vijayans case against swiss company electricity equipment scam 7)more and more defense purchase scams In all these so many people involved and shaken hands after election formed govt with the help of culprits. V.P.Singh,Deva gowda,Chandra sekar,all opposed bofors they came to power also. None of them arrested the bofors master mind.Quatrochi,winchatta,all are good in their books. People voted them for bofors, when they dethroned, people voted to bofors directly. and bofors is ruling the country without any hesitation. Then why yediurappa?
By pandianarjunan , project manager  | 07 30 2011 06:42:38 +0000
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Looks like Yeddy promised MLAs and MPs, a new suitcase worth 5 crore rupees.....

Rebellion In Karnataka

BANGALORE: The BJP's crisis in Karnataka seems to have worsened with some party MPs and MLAs coming out in support of sacked chief minister BS Yeddyurappa and asking party high command to reconsider his resignation.

According to Times Now, 75 MLAs and 19 MPs have come out in support of Yeddyurappa and have asked him not to resign.

Senior BJP leaders Arun Jaitley and Rajnath Singh are in Bangalore and have spoken to Yeddyurappa.

The central leaders are here to elect a new leader amid reports that Yeddyurappa is pressing hard for having a say in the choice of his successor.

Yeddyurappa reluctantly agreed to resign on Thursday following the party high command's decision in the wake of his severe indictment by the Lokayukta in the illegal mining scam. He said he will be officially submitting his resignation to Governor HR Bharadwaj on July 31.

DB Chandre Gowda, an MP said, "Karnataka BJP MPs are of the unanimous opinion that Yeddyurappa should not resign.

He is not an individual. He is an institution as CM. He should have taken the opinion of all elected representatives. We appeal to the high command to reconsider."

Gowda also said, "The Lokayukta report has lost its sanctity--it leaked."

Housing minister V Somanna said, "You all know he has said he will resign on 31st. But it is not the right time. Lok Sabha MPs have expressed their opinion. Deve Gowda has said his party won't survive if Yeddyurappa stays for another two years as CM."

Revenue minister G Karunakara Reddy, who has also been indicted along with his brother and minister G Janardhana reddy, slammed Lokayukta Santosh Hegde saying allegations against him were untrue and demanded a public apology.

Yeddyurappa while breaking his silence after the party asked him to step down said he has agreed to resign as a "disciplined worker" of BJP.

In his first comments after keeping the party on tenterhooks, Yeddyurappa said in a statement he had toiled for 40 years to build the party in Karnataka from scratch and it was his "committed desire" to work for its development in future also.


By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 29 2011 13:22:42 +0000
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Lokayukta report: Jindals bribed Yeddyurappa

The political drama in Karnataka has finally come to an end. Defiant Yeddyurappa has stepped down as the Chief Minister of the state but a new controversy is grabbing headlines -allegations of corruption, bribery and collusion between private mining companies and state owned companies. Jindal Steel is now in the dock for allegedly bribing B S Yeddyurappa’s family in return for favours, reports CNBC-TV18’s Sunanda Jayaseelan.

As per the Lokayukta reports Yeddyurappa and his family members received close to Rs 20 crore from Jindal Steel and its affiliate South West Mining Company (SWM). Of the total, Rs 10 crore was paid to an education trust which is run by Yeddyurappa’s children, son-in-law and other immediate family members.

The opposition says that due to the payment, Yeddyurappa government turned blind eye to some alleged violation of a 1997 MoU which included a non-payment of royalty of over Rs 100 crore. The MoU signed between Jindal Steel and state-run Mysore Minerals was to jointly tap iron ore reserves in Bellary and the money was paid to overlook some of those provisions.

The report also says that the SWM wanted the Yeddyurappa government to recommend a mining lease. It further adds that the Jindals paid Rs 20 crore for a Bangalore plot belonging to Yeddyurappa's son and son-in-law whereas  the market value of the land is around only Rs 1.24 crore.


By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 29 2011 08:55:17 +0000
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He has to go...!!
By suhaschandra deshpande, Marketing Associate  | 07 29 2011 06:30:12 +0000
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Yeddy will be more powerful after his resignation..how? Based on the compromise he reached with the BJP President a). He will become the state BJP chief b). The next CM will be picked by him. This means, he will now control BOTH the party and government.


By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 29 2011 05:28:08 +0000
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Yes ,yedurappa has to go as everything ends on a day.It may be either gracefully / willfully / forcecibaly. Being a corrupt  politician  he has to forcibly moved away.


By rakeshbhatnagar , GM Projects., wig brothers india pvt.ltd.  | 07 28 2011 17:06:40 +0000
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As like Doctors , Engineers Politicians are also having same qualifications one of them is "to be corrupt", irrespective of party.
By Rajesh Tekale, Counsel, Advocate on Record , High Court, Mumbai  | 07 28 2011 13:18:20 +0000
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He should have resigned long back. He would have been thrown out long back if it was some other democratic law abiding society/country. Based on his ability to use money power, I do not think he will go, even this time.


By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 28 2011 12:37:13 +0000
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The saga is not over yet. BJP's fate in Karnataka is in real doldrums! He would induct an ineffective CM to come back to power after erasing the memories.
By S. Muralidharan, Executive Director, Knowledge Foundation & Campus Around the Corner  | 07 29 2011 17:57:21 +0000
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Ayan Yeddy has gone now. Should be in Jail in future along with bellary brothers a good place to work out strategies.


By Rathin Deb, Advisor and retail consultant, currently as Branch Manager, Tower Infotech Ltd  | 07 29 2011 05:20:22 +0000
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At Last Yedurappa Resigned.....He had no other choice

In Real Sense, He was a BJP CM of Karnataka, Last time, he bought BJP High Command (using money from mines), ...this is what is called ethics of BJP.Yedurrapa and company would have made atleast 100 crores for his next ten generations in the last 2 years


By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 28 2011 15:55:06 +0000
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At Last Yedurappa Resigned.....

In Real Sense, He was a (Non) BJP CM of Karnataka, He never respected BJP High Command, never followed BJP Ethics......


By AJAY KUMAR KHAITAN, Consultant  | 07 28 2011 14:17:12 +0000
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He has the cheek to oppose resignation even after such charges , primarily because he is supported by a Powerful lobby which is equally corrupt ( reddy brothers et..all ) , It is time for general public to wake up adn demand such people's resignation . where are Anna hazare and baba Ramdev - why they do not mobilize their supporters ? All these people are hand - in - glove and will support each other . Our general public accepts corruption as a way of life and is not generally disturbed . hence we get such politicians who are brazen enough to claim a right to govern inspiyte of such charges and say that people are with them . In democracy - we get the govt,. we deserve !
By Manoj Dosi, CEO/MD/Director, London Mining Co. Ltd.  | 07 28 2011 13:38:35 +0000
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Hey Ayan we all know hardcore politicians have no soft conscience attraction of chair is what they live for and will never leave if they can but yes there is always way out and tahts mass movement and public opinion maybe people in media can lead with some revolutionary approach an interesting article ref to your query http://books.google.co.in/books?id=nvzcy7o4sgAC&pg=PA205&lpg=PA205&dq=indian+constitution+%2Bremoval+of+CM&source=bl&ots=1C5yu26ALM&sig=CJ4nJENwhqgINsISqlXFSXBwawI&hl=en# so u see ways towards solutions are always there
By Anjali sinha, Director Travel & Tours, Travel4uNme.com  | 07 28 2011 12:58:53 +0000
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He won't resign at will. He has the support from "Lingayats" whose percentage of voters in Karnataka is high. So long as the UPA-II stays in power, and the PM, ducking under severe pressure, not owning responsibility of all the scams in his regime, "Yeddy" as he is called by media would continue in his office. This time around, in spite of BJP's whip applied on him to quit the office, he is not willing to budge symbolizes that he has support from RSS and the "lingayats" legislators and more so of the support of "Reddy Brothers"!
By S. Muralidharan, Executive Director, Knowledge Foundation & Campus Around the Corner  | 07 28 2011 12:30:14 +0000
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