Bad news for Yeddy

Posted on 28 October 2011

Bad news for Yeddy

Bad news for Yeddy - Tv9There is more bad news for ex-Karnataka CM Yedyurappa. A sixth case has been filed against him by the Karnataka Police. Yedyurappa was hoping for some relief after the Court granted him bail in the Land Denotification case when a fresh case was lodged against him. The Karnataka High Court has directed the police to file a report on the matter within the next one month.

Bad news for Yeddy

Bad news for Yeddy

Officers and staff of ports in Andhra Pradesh throughout that Gali Janardhana Reddy exported millions of loads of metal ore are now staying investigated by the CBI. The ports include things like Krishnapatnam and Kakinada.

A team of representatives on the country’s premier investigative company, led by Joint Director V V Lakshminarayana on Thursday reached Nellore centre and began their inquiries in the Krishnapatnam port, from somewhere Obulapuram Mining Corporation (OMC) owned by Janardhana Reddy routed the vast majority of its iron ore exports.

The team conjointly searched the area Customs workplace to extract points of exports by Gali’s mining companies simply by the exclusive port.

“Even however Metal ore was exported from various sorts of ports in Andhra Pradesh, the major chunk was from Krishnapatnam port. We wish to understand how far was exported from these and what methods the port authorities taken,” Lakshminarayana stated to mediapersons in Nellore. Indicating that investigations have reached an important phase, Lakshminarayana added: “We must before long file the cost sheet.” The authorities of Krishnapatnam port submitted some documents into the CBI workforce which conjointly secured some incriminating written documents.

The Karnataka Lokayukta statement has being said that relating to the three,31,04,866 plenty of iron ore exported by 7 ports given that 2006-07, one,11,70,994 tonnes of metal ore may be exported from Krishnapatnam Port exclusively – 25 lakh tonnes in 2008-09, 51 lakh tonnes in 2009-10 and 25.68 lakh tonnes till July 2010. A new 17.55 lakh MT iron ore was exported using the Kakinada Anchorage Port run by Andhra Pradesh authorities, and Kakinada Clear Water Port work by Kakinada Sea Ports Restricted.

For pretty much 3 long time, vehicles and rake loads of metal ore constructed their manner from Bellary to typically with the nearby Krishnapatnam Port, and far absent Kakinada and Visakhapatnam ports by way of Anantapur and Kadapa. The CBI arrested Janardhana Reddy and his brother-in-law Srinivas Reddy from Bellary in Karnataka on September 5 in connection with unlawful mining in Andhra Pradesh’s Anantapur district bordering Karnataka.

The investigation was ordered from the AP federal in 2009.

Bad news for Yeddy

Bad news for Yeddy

Bad news for Yeddy

Bad news for Yeddy
Bad news for Yeddy
Bad news for Yeddy
Bad news for Yeddy
Bad news for Yeddy
Bad news for Yeddy

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