HC stays land denotification case against Yeddyurappa

The high court on Tuesday stayed a denotification case against former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa in a lower court. DH file photo

The high court on Tuesday stayed a denotification case against former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa in a lower court.

According to a complaint, he had ordered the deletion of land notified for IT Park around Bellandur and Devarabisanahalli when he was the deputy chief minister in 2006.

The complainant, Vasudeva Reddy, had filed a complaint in the Lokayukta Special Court in 2013, stating that Yeddyurappa ordered denotification of four acres 30 guntas in survey number 49 in Devarabisanahalli and survey numbers 10, 18, 46/1 in Bellandur.

Following denotification, the lands were diverted for residential purpose, he alleged.

The government had declared the land between Whitefield and Electronics City as IT Corridor during 2000-01. The Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board issued a notification in respect of around 500 acres, and in the final notification in respect of only 434 acres, including the land adjacent to the Ring Road, between Sarjapur Road and Marathahalli which include Bellandur, Devarabisanahalli, Kadabisanahalli and Kariammana Agrahara villages.

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