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Supreme Court to consider audio clip of CM Yediyurappa in Karnataka MLAs disqualification case

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Supreme Court said it would consider the fresh audio clip in which Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa is purportedly referring to 17 rebel Congress-JD(S) MLAs, who had been disqualified. In the audio, he is purportedly saying the rebel Congress JD(S) MLAs, who were later disqualified, were kept in Mumbai during the final days of the coalition government under BJP president Amit Shah's watch.
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