BS Yeddyurappa

October 20, 2011 by staff 

BS YeddyurappaBS Yeddyurappa, After being admitted to two hospitals in the past four days, former Karnataka chief minister and BJP leader, BS Yeddyurappa returned to the central jail in Bangalore on Wednesday.

Yeddyurappa, who was sent to judicial custody until October 22 Lokayukta by a special court on 15 October in a case denotification land, was admitted to a hospital after chest pain. His bail application against judicial custody hearing goes on in the Karnataka High Court on Thursday.

The medical team Yeddyurappa health surveillance, both in hospitals run by the government gave a clean chit, saying that the various pre-existing conditions were aggravated by stress. The entire episode of moving into a hospital and be admitted to an ICU room, while receiving a steady stream of visitors, including DV Sadananda Chief Minister Gowda, has earned a bad publicity for the leader.

This was amplified when he moved from a hospital cardiology specialty to another, on the sly. Yeddyurappa has faced several corruption, nepotism in relation to land denotification, the award of an irrigation project and the satisfaction of the illegal industry of iron ore. He was sent to judicial custody in a land denotification case following a complaint by two private lawyers, who claimed that he and his family had illegally entered the property transactions.

The Special Court Lokayukta investigating the case and sentenced him to his former partner Setty SN Krisnaiah judicial custody to give conditional bail for his two sons and her husband. The case began after Karnataka Governor HR Bhardwaj gave sanction to prosecute Chief Minister then after an appeal by a lawyer Bangalorebased Siranjin Basha for alleged offenses in cases where land denotification. Basha has filed five complaints relating to 15 alleged crimes before the special tribunal appointed to hear cases related to corruption. The court, which held the hearing in three cases, Yeddyurappa directed to appear on August 27.

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