Karnataka BJP files complaint with Lokayukta against Siddaramaiah, Robert Vadra
A complaint had been lodged in Karnataka Lokayukta against Opposition leader Siddaramaiah and Congress leader Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra in connection with illegally taking over Rs.9,600 crore worth 1,100 acres of land in and around Bengaluru. The investigation has been taken up.
The scandal had taken place during the tenure of the Siddaramaiah-headed Congress government.
Bengaluru South District BJP unit president N R Ramesh has filed 120 separate complaints in this regard. He had submitted 10 separate complaints and submitted 3,728 pages of documents, 62 hours of video footage, and more than 900 photographs as evidence.
The complaint also includes the names of 21 bureaucrats, including nine senior IAS officers, and five KAS officers. The charges of corruption, misuse of power, forgery, and encroachment of government land have been made against them.
The complaint states that during the Congress government (2013-18), the DLF Company, in which Robert Vadra is a partner, had swindled Rs.9,600 crore worth 1,100 acres of government land. The lands are located in Peddanapalya, Varturu Narasipura, Varturu, and Gangenahalli villages of Bengaluru South Taluk, the complaint stated.
Opposition leader Siddaramaiah, Vadra, former Congress ministers from the state, K J George, Krishna Bhyregowda, U T Khader, Zameer Ahmad Khan, M B Patil, Dinesh Gundu Rao, MLA Krishnappa, N A Harris are named as the accused persons.
The complainant N R Ramesh had also urged Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to hand over the case to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).
[With Inputs from IANS]
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Nothing will happen since Yaddiyurappa, Eshwarapp of BJP have accumulated lots of lands illegally.
Time to reclaim every inch…..internal & also external (PoK) (Aksai Chin)