Supreme Court to listen to Congress plea on Yediyurappa’s leaked clip tomorrow

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Mon united to listen to plea by Congress on the leak clip during which Mysore chief minister B S Yediyurappa was detected language that the rebel MLAs were “kept in urban center below the watch of BJP president Amit Shah”.

Senior advocate and Congress leader Kapil Sibal mentioned the matter before the highest court, that united to listen to the plea on Tuesday.
Last month, the highest court reserved its finding on petitions difficult the disqualification of seventeen Mysore MLAs before the trust vote of the HD Kumaraswamy government.

In the seven-minute clip, Yediyurappa expressed anguish against leaders at a recent party meeting in Hubballi over their opposition to giving tickets to disqualified Congress-JD(S) MLAs for the Dec five Assembly bypolls in fifteen Assembly constituencies has surfaced.

“Somehow these days the method you (party leaders) spoke, didn’t appear to be meant at saving this government. you’re aware that the choice on seventeen (MLAs) wasn’t taken by Yediyurappa or the other state leader. it had been best-known to the national president and below his stay up for concerning 2 or two-and-a-half (months) they were unbroken in urban center and things happened. All of you’re conscious of it, right?” the chief minister was detected within the clip.
“For 2.5 to three months they didn’t head to their body or see their wives and kids and were place up there… you’re conscious of it, right?” he is detected asking party leaders.

Reacting to the audio, former chief minister and JD(S) leader Kumaraswamy aforementioned, “How the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) used power and cash was exposed yesterday. currently folks have to be compelled to choose them.”

Congress’s kHz Venugopal said: “I suppose you all area unit conscious of the most recent video of SB Yediyurappa associated with cookery of Congress and JD(S) MLAs. we’ve continually aforementioned that BJP is misusing govt agencies to poach MLAs, currently it’s established certainly. We’ll approach Supreme Court with the proof.”(FA9NEWS)

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