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Aug 18, 2019
1:15PM

Phone tapping case will be handed over to CBI, says Karnataka CM

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Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa today informed media persons that the phone tapping case by the previous coalition government will be handed over to CBI for investigation.

Mr Yediyurappa, who arrived in Bengaluru last night from New Delhi, said that all political leaders, including Congress leader Siddaramaiah, has sought probe into the alleged phone tapping case. 

The police crime branch Joint Commissioner Sandeep Patil has submitted an interim report on an audio leak to media of a conversation between incumbent Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao and one Faraz Ahmed.

It was alleged thereafter that former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy had ordered phone tapping of several politicians from Congress and rebel MLAs during June-July. Kumaraswamy has however denied the charges.
 

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