K’taka CM, BSY hold meeting with Gadkari

Gowda and Yeddyurappa flew here by a special flight and then drove straight to Gadkari`s residence to hold a closed-door meeting.

Nagpur: Karnataka Chief Minister, Sadananda Gowda and his immediate predecessor B S Yeddyurrappa landed in the city and held talks with the BJP national president Nitin Gadkari at his residence here.

Gowda and Yeddyurappa flew here by a special flight and then drove straight to Gadkari`s residence in Mahal in eastern parts of the city to hold a closed-door meeting.

They were accompanied by Karnataka party general secretary Dharmendra Pradhan, joint organising secretary V Satish and organising secretary Santosh.

Top Karnataka leaders meeting with Gadkari has assumed significance in the wake of CBI arrests of party stalwart and former Minister Janaradhan Reddy and B V Srinivas Reddy in connection with the alleged illegal mining.

Gadkari, who was in Delhi earlier, arrived here this morning by a service flight and held talks with them for quite some time.

The Karnataka leaders will return after lunch at Gadkari`s residence.

PTI

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