Bangalore: Former Karnataka Chief Minister and JDS leader HD Kumaraswamy's difficulties are not stopping. Kumaraswamy, who was surrounded by phone tapping, appears to be surrounded by another case. A special court has issued summons against him. The court has ordered him to appear on October 4. Kumaraswamy is accused of illegally denotifying the land allotted for the state government project. The court has also issued summons against him and 15 others.
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A special court set up to hear public representatives have issued a summons for allegedly denotifying three acres and 34 Gunta of land in Halge Wadahalli village for the project. One acre is equivalent to 40 Gunta. The petitioner Mahadeva Swamy of Chamarajanagar alleged that Kumaraswamy had de-notified the land of the Bangalore Development Authority just before he resigned as Chief Minister in 2007. Swami had filed a complaint with the Lokayukta in 2012.
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The Lokayukta police registered the case and investigated the case, but six months before today, when Kumaraswamy was the CM, the police filed a 'B' report in the Lokayukta Special Court. B. Report is for obtaining instructions from the court to close the case in the absence of evidence. Swamy opposed this and the court issued summons thereafter. Explain that Kumaraswamy was the head of the previous Congress-JDS government.
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