'Complete Aasare houses in June'

Speaking to reporters at the airport, Yeddyurappa said around 46,000 houses would be ready by June and he had asked the agencies to hand them over to the beneficiaries without waiting for him.

The Chief Minister said the Union Government, itself mired in scandals, had no moral right to issue any advisory on the alleged corruption in Karnataka. He said he would question the Prime Minister and the Union Home Minister on the propriety of issuing advisory on issues other than law and order. “I am yet to receive the advisory officially,” he added.

Refusing to comment on the Supreme Court verdict over disqualification of legislators, Yeddyurappa ruled out changing the Speaker. He said Bopaiah would continue in the post for the next two years.

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