A day after he launched his new political outfit, B S Yeddyurappa has been summoned by a Central Bureau of Investigation court in Bengaluru.
Yeddyurappa will have to appear in person before the court on Monday afternoon in connection with a land de-notification case.
The CBI is probing charges of corruption against Yeddyurappa.
While one case pertains to a land de-notification case the other is about his involvement in illegal mining.
It is alleged that Yeddyurappa, while he was the chief minister of Karnataka, had de-notified land and shown favours for alleged illegal gains.
The CBI has been probing this case for the past six months.
Meanwhile, there is likely to be a lull in political activity as the special session of the Karnataka legislative assembly is commencing in Belgaum on Monday.
Soon after appearing before the court, Yeddyurappa would embark upon a state-wide tour.