Yediyurappa's leaked video on disqualified MLAs: SC to hear case on November 5

After an unverified video clip of Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa expressing his concern for the 17 disqualified legislators went viral, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the matter on Monday, November 4.

Yediyurappa's leaked video on disqualified MLAs: SC to hear case on November 5
Yediyurappa's leaked video on disqualified MLAs: SC to hear case on November 5.

A few days before an unverified video went viral on social media in which Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa was seen expressing his concern for the 17 disqualified legislators after which the Supreme Court has now agreed to hear the matter on Monday, November 4.

Meanwhile, for the unaware, in the video one can hear Yediyurappa saying the disqualified MLAs are being neglected by the Bharatiya Janata Party even though it was their resignation from Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) that led to the formation of the saffron government after the HD Kumaraswamy-led government collapsed.

However, Kapil Sibal The Senior advocate who was representing Congress, mentioned the leaked video-tape before Justice Nuthalapati Venkata Ramana, who said that the matter will likely be heard on November 5. Sibal claimed that the purposed clip should be taken on record with the ongoing petitions filed by the disqualified MLAs.

Meanwhile, According to Karnataka Congress leaders said that they will use the video as a proof against the BJP for framing the party leaders by carrying out 'Operation Lotus' in the disqualified MLAs case. 

However, The party leaders have demanded Yediyurappa's resignation and asked Governor Vajubhai Vala to write to President Ramnath Kovind to take action against Amit Shah for supervising the collapse of the coalition government in Karnataka.

Meanwhile, Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said in an interview that, 'What Yediyurappa and Amit crowned head did was a conspiracy to murder democracy and a violation of the constitution.

Both the Chief Minister and residential Minister don't have any right to carry a constitutional post.'