Opposition JD-S today announced its decision to undertake a rath yatra in Karnataka within hours of BJP allowing B S Yeddyurappa to continue as the chief minister.
"I will undertake a rath yatra from Bidar to Chamarajanagar from December 1 to seek public opinion on the scams of Yeddyurappa and his government. Let people take a decision on this government", Kumaraswamy told reporters here today.
"So far we have released lot of documents on the Yeddyurappa government's land scams. On the basis of these documents, there is a scope to approach the court. We will also explore this option", he said.
Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, facing allegations of corruption and nepotism, yet again staved off a mounting challenge to his leadership as the BJP today announced that he will continue in office.
JD-S to Undertake Rath Yatra
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