They include denotification orders, government proceedings, sale deeds and affidavits like lease-cum-agreements of some properties owned by Chief Minister Yeddyurappa’s relatives.
The Government has released to the media a list of these 80 documents sent to Raj Bhavan in a bid to refute the claim by Bhardwaj that he had not received all the information sought by him.
Bhardwaj had sought certified copies of 93 documents following a petition given by two advocates Sirajin Basha and K N Balaraj seeking prosecution of Yeddyurappa and Home Minister Ashok for their role in the alleged wrongful denotification of lands acquired by BDA and alleged wrongful allotment of BDA sites under the discretionary quota.
Kannada and Culture Minister Govind Karjol and some of his cabinet colleagues who addressed the press to refute Bhardwaj’s charges, said the remaining 13 documents sought would also be sent to Raj Bhavan soon.
These include seven documents related to urban development department and six documents related to commerce and industries department.
The list of documents already sent to Bhardwaj include lease-cum-sale agreement between Yeddyurappa’s son B Y Raghavendra and BDA in relation to the site at RMV II Stage, which was at the centre of the controversy for being allotted under the “G” category.
The controversial affidavit by B Y Raghavendra to BDA stating that he did not possess any site in Bangalore has also been dispatched to Raj Bhavan.
Certified copies of deed of transfer agreement by BDA in favour of CM’s relative Vinoda Nagaraj, sale deed executed in favour of R Ashok in Bangalore North Taluk form part of the set of documents sent to Bhardwaj. In all, the Governor had sought 43 sale deeds, 21 government orders/proceedings, 18 denotification orders, 10 preliminary/final notifications among others.