'Action against MLAs with more than one BDA site'

He was replying to a question raised by BJP member M P Appachchu Ranjan in the House. The Chief Minister said he had no information about any MLA in possession of more than one BDA site. But he would take action if there were any such MLAs.

Yeddyurappa said that in the last three years as many as 166 people representatives had applied for BDA sites under the Chief Minister’s discretionary quota (G-category). Of them 40 people were yet to be allotted sites, he said.

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