Y document exposing Amit Shah surfaces in Karnataka

Y document exposing Amit Shah surfaces in Karnataka

Y document exposing Amit Shah surfaces in Karnataka
November 02
15:15 2019

Now tne cat is out of bag , the truth that Karnataka rebel congress MLAs were in Mumbai hotel under custody of BJP  strong man and union home minister Amit Shah. This was spilled by none other than Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa talking about the “sacrifice” of disqualified Congress-JD(S) MLAs, because of whom they could come to power.


BSY has hit out at BJP national leaders for lack of support in “saving” the BJP government  and guilt feeling of committing a “crime” of occupying the chief minister’s post exploiting the disqualified MLAs trust in him. All these are in an alleged audio track of Yediyurappa expressing anguish against leaders at a recent party meeting in Hubballi .


In the audio, he can be heard saying that the

He says in the clip that rebel Congress JD(S) MLAs,were kept in Mumbai under the watch of BJP national President Amit Shah.For 2.5 to 3 months they did not go to their constituency or see their wives and children and were put up there… You are aware of it, right?”


Bypolls to 15 out of 17 seats represented by disqualified MLAs, will now be held on December five.

Amid opposition from local party leaders in these 15 constituencies, Yediyurappa had recently assured that tickets would be given to disqualified MLAs if they wished to contest from the BJP . He had appointed party contenders for those seats and  tickets has heads of boards and corporations.

Stating that it was a different matter whether the BJP wins or loses an election, he says the disqualified MLAs have given the party an opportunity to come to power by resigning the MLA’s posts and have even moved the Supreme Court with a plea that their resignations be accepted.


After the fall of the coalition government, Then speaker KR Ramesh Kumar had disqualified them as MLAs, ruling that those disqualified cease to be MLAs with immediate effect till the expiry of the 15th assembly (in 2023), which they have challenged in the Supreme Court. The matter is currently being heard by the apex court at present.


BJP needs to win at least six seats in the bypolls to 15 constituencies to be in a majority in the 224-member assembly, which will still have two vacant seats — Maski and RR Nagar.

It looks like I committed a crime. I now feel that I have committed the crime of sitting in the chief minister seat by making them (disqualified) believe”, he says. He also repeatedly asks those attending the meeting not to disclose the discussion that has taken place outside.



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