Lokayukta court adjourns Yeddy bail pleas
Bangalore: A Lokayukta court on Monday adjourned
to October 15 the bail applications of former Chief Minister B
S Yeddyurappa in two private complaints relating to alleged
corruption in denotification of government land.
Lokayukta Special Court Judge NK Sudhindra Rao adjourned
the hearing to October 15 in view of the stay granted by the
Karnataka High Court on the proceedings in the two complaints.
The High Court had on September 30 stayed the proceedings
in the Lokayukta court until further orders on petitions by
Yeddyurappa challenging summons issued by it.
The Lokayukta court was to have passed its orders on the
bail applications today.
Yeddyurappa and the other accused in the two cases appeared
before the court.
The High Court has posted Yeddyurappa`s petitions for next
hearing on October 14.
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