New Delhi: Refraining from making any
comments on the arrest of former Karnataka Chief Minister B S
Yeddyurappa on allegations of corruption, Bihar Chief Minister
Nitish Kumar on Saturday said law will take its own course.
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of sixth annual
convention of the Central Information Commission, Kumar, whose
party JD(U) is second largest in the National Democratic
Alliance, refused to take any question on the developments in
the BJP-ruled state.
When prodded further by mediapersons Kumar, who had
recently flagged off senior BJP leader L K Advani`s rath yatra
against corruption, limited his comments to "the judicial
process will take its own course."
Yeddyurappa today surrendered before Lokayukta court
after it rejected his bail plea and issued arrest warrant
against him in two cases relating to alleged land scams.