Now complainant against Yeddyurappa in trouble
Bangalore: Advocate Sirajin Basha, on whose complaints former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa has been arrested for alleged illegal denotification of land, was on Saturday booked by police for allegedly submitting fabricated documents relating to the complaints to the Lokayukta court.
On the direction of sixth Additional Chief Metroploitan Magistrate, city police registered an FIR against Basha for submitting `fabricated evidence` relating to land scam charges against Yeddyurappa, police said.
One Ganjendra had approached the ACMM court on Friday and filed a complaint against Basha, police said. An FIR has been filed against Basha under Sections 193 (fabricating false evidence) and 466 (forging records) of the Indian Penal Code, police said. Basha was not available for comments on the development.
The Lokayukta court had on October 15 remanded Yeddyurappa to judicial custody. Basha has filed two complaints against him. In all, Basha has filed five complaints comprising 15 cases before the Lokayukta Court against Yeddyurappa and others including his family members alleging illegal denotification of government lands.