Bengaluru Lashing out at chief minister Yediyurappa for his alleged involvement in large scale corruption, BS Dinesh Gundu Rao, senior Congress legislator and former state president of the celebration, on Sunday demanded a judicial probe into the potential involvement of the chief minister in corruption instances and mentioned that the latter has no ethical proper to stay within the prime put up after such allegations. Rao who’s in-charge of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Goa and All India Congress Committee spokesperson, Prof. Gourav Vallabh, whereas addressing the media on Sunday demanded Yediyurappa’s resignation over corruption fees.

“Mr. B.S. Yediyurappa has no moral right to remain the chief minister after allegations of such serious nature and of direct involvement. Karnataka chief minister Mr. B.S. Yediyurappa should resign immediately from the post of CM,” Rao mentioned in a press release on Sunday.

He added {that a} judicial probe should be initiated below the supervision of the chief justice of Karnataka to uncover the “entire matter” and ship the culprits behind bars.

“We urge central agencies like CBI, ED and IT authorities to carry out an exhaustive investigation and uncover the truth. They should not be just lap dogs of the BJP, they should act independently and these are serious allegations, serious revelations made by a very responsible individual and this has been happening at a very-very regular interval and these things are in the notice of the BJP leadership, national leadership, but, they are not acting, they are not doing anything, the biggest question is ‘Why’?” Rao mentioned.

The Congress has been piling on the stress in opposition to the 78-year-old CM who already faces uncertainty over persevering with within the prime put up over allegations of corruption, levelled by his personal colleagues from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

“The Yediyurappa government and the CM himself, there have been so many exposes on him, right from the time when the coalition government was being toppled. There were audio recording which Mr. Yediyurappa admitted that it was his own voice, where he is trying to bribe the opposite party MLAs offering huge sums of money, also speaking about how he can manage Supreme Court Judges, how he can manage speaker and this is on record on the audio tapes and the CM had admitted that it was his own voice,” Rao additional added.

Multiple instances of corruption have been resurfacing in opposition to Yediyurappa in latest occasions that are probably so as to add to the challenges of the chief minister who wished to stay in energy for the subsequent two years till the 2023 meeting elections.

Questioning why the BJP on the centre are fairly on the difficulty, Rao mentioned, “BJP Government in Karnataka headed by CM B.S. Yediyurappa is allegedly involved in the most brazen acts of corruption and misuse of power. The undue interference in day-to-day administration by his maverick younger son B.Y. Vijayendra and other close relatives are allegedly involved in many cases. Despite facing embarrassing situations arising from serious allegations made by the aggrieved sections who have dragged the CM and his family members to court seeking justice, there is no sign of either remorse or repentance on the part of CM B.S. Yediyurappa and his kith and kin.”

Rao alleged {that a} certified senior engineer needed to cough up 9.75 crore to “satisfy the greed of the CM’s close relatives”.

There was no quick response from the BJP.

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