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Yeddyurappa gets bail, walks free

Last updated on: November 8, 2011 19:16 IST

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Former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa finally walked free after spending 23 days in jail on Tuesday. His legal team completed all the formalities and also got the release order copy signed by the special Lokayukta judge who is originally seized off this matter.

Yeddyurappa is accompanied by a host of his supporters and his jail stint has not lowered his support base even a little bit. He, in fact, had the undying support of Chief Minister D Sadananda Gowda who openly expressed happiness over his release.

"I am happy that he is out and now I can finally seek his advise while ruling the state," is what he had to say.

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Image: Former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa

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For Yeddyurappa, it will be business as usual. He will meet with his family members and then it would be a series of meetings to discuss the developments at Bellary.

Sriramulu of the Reddy camp has been seeking a cabinet berth in case he wins on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket. He has also threatened to go it alone in case there is no assurance from the party.

Yeddyurappa will be expected to play a key role in keeping the party together. He had sent out feelers of a tie up with the Reddy brothers earlier before the BJP top brass dashed to him to prevent any such tie up.


Image: B Sriramulu

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