The danger of hold loomed large over former Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa, both his sons and a son-in-law, as a special CBI court on Wednesday discarded the anticipatory bail petitions filed by him and his family members in link with an illegal mining case. CBI judge R Venkata Sudarshan dismiss two anticipatory bail petitions, one filed by Yeddyurappa, and an additional by his sons BY Raghavendra and BY Vijayendra and their brother-in-law Sohan Kumar.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is investigating charges of dishonesty against Yeddyurappa on a Supreme Court directive. expenditure completed by a Jindal group company to a trust run by Yeddyurappa’s sons and a mining baron, R Praveen Chandra, to firms owned by the two brothers in return for favours, as well as funding of mining licences and denotification of major land acquire in infringement of system, are below the CBI scanner.
The court’s refusal of Yeddyurappa’s anticipatory bail has apparently disheartened the previous CM, who answerable it every on his destiny. Yeddyurappa was alone and had limited himself to a room in his Race Course house when reports of the court result came in.
Yeddyurappa, who is at the present pinning hopes on the HC where he has file an defensive bail plea, will too have to contend with the information that both his sons and a son-in-law are probable to be under arrest this occasion.