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BANGALORE: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) Karnataka State Committee has demanded the resignation of Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa for failing to keep his promise of testifying before the Manjunatheshwara deity at Dharmasthala on Monday.
V.J.K Nair, CPI(M) Karnataka State Committee Secretary, in a press release said that Mr. Yeddyurappa should tender his resignation for failing to conduct the administration in accordance with the Constitution and facilitate a free and fair inquiry into the allegations of corruptions levelled against him.
Further, Mr. Nair, said: “Mr. Yeddyurappa, by challenging Mr. Kumaraswamy and then backing out from it, has proved that he is resorting to unconstitutional methods.
Also, he does not want to submit himself to the legal process to examine the allegations of corruption levelled against him.”
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