Union Minister Blames Karnataka Govt, Seeks Apology Over Yediyurappa's Warrant

Union Minister Pralhad Joshi accuses Karnataka government of conspiracy, demands apology after non-bailable warrant issued against former CM BS Yediyurappa.

Sumit Kumar
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Union Minister Pralhad Joshi

By A Staff Reporter: Union Minister Pralhad Joshi accused the Karnataka government of conspiracy following the issuance of a non-bailable warrant against former CM BS Yediyurappa. "They (Karnataka government) themselves requested the court to issue a non-bailable warrant... They tried to misinterpret the case... High Court slapped the non-bailable warrant issued... It was a conspiracy by the Congress government in Karnataka and they should apologize to the public," stated Joshi.

Joshi's remarks highlight the escalating political tensions in Karnataka over the warrant against Yediyurappa. He alleges that the state government misinterpreted the case to seek the warrant, suggesting it was part of a larger conspiracy. Joshi demanded an apology from the Congress-led government, emphasizing the need for accountability and transparency in the state's political processes.