KARNATAKA BJP President Yeddyurappa Denies Allegation About Involvement In Toppling JDS-Congress Govt

B S Yeddyurappa, Opposition Leader in Karnataka Legislative Assembly, has rubbished accusation made by state Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy that he had met ruling   JD(S) lawmaker Nagana Gouda and offered him inducements to join BJP. Yeddyurappa, who is also Karnataka president of  BJP ,also dismissed as “fake” and “a concocted story” audio clips released by state chief minister H D Kumaraswamy about his alleged bid to lure an MLA to topple the Congress-JD(S) government. Shortly after Kumaraswamy released the clips, Yeddyurappa said he had not met anyone to woo JD(S) lawmaker Nagana Gouda as alleged and that the charge against him was “far from the truth.” Yeddyurappa said he went to Devadurga, where the MLA’s son Sharan Gouda claimed to have met him and recorded the conversation, to visit a temple and flew back to the city. Kumaraswamy had “concocted” the story to hide his failures and inability to keep the JD(S) and Congress flock together, Yeddyurappa told reporters here. “It is a fake audio… I have not met anyone. Kumaraswamy is trying to hide his failures. This is a drama,” Yeddyurappa said.The said the Kumaraswamy government had lost the trust of the people and had “no moral right” to continue in office. “Kumaraswamy himself is a film producer. He is an expert in voice recording…. whatever the charge he has made is baseless,” Yeddyurappa said.The also dismissed a claim by the chief minister that he had spoken in the audio about a “Rs 50 crore” offer to the assembly speaker.” Let there be an impartial probe.I am ready to face it”, he added

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