The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the trial proceedings against Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa in the case of alleged illegal cancellation of several acres of land acquired for an IT project.
The case was a case of alleged illegal possession of several acres of land acquired for an IT project. The Karnataka High Court on Wednesday dismissed Yeddyurappa’s plea seeking an end to the criminal case. A case allegedly involving Yeddyurappa mentions joining a SEZ area in the northern Bengaluru taluka.
The Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board acquired the land in 2006 and later denotified it. The main allegation in this is that the leaders misused their position and harmed the state through the amnesty of service charges and development charges.