State Govt. orders to probe into land deals made by Devegowda family

9:45 PM, Thursday, February 3rd, 2011
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Puttaswamy GowdaBangalore: In a calculated offensive against the Devegowda family’s continued propaganda against the BJP CM, the state govt. ordered a probe into the wealth of Gowda’s family members from 2002.
The enquiry took up 82.10 acres of Govt. land in Hassan district in Devegowda’s wife’s name, in violation of Land Reforms Act.
The political secretary to CM, B.J. Puttaswamy in an attack on Gowda family told reporters that a notice was served on H.Kavitha, Devegowda’s daughter-in-law for purchasing 8.06 acres in Chikkagubbi in city’s outskirts, by revenue officials. She was asked to appear along with documents for enquiry on Feb.23.
Puttaswamy made it clear the purchase of agricultural land was in violation of Land Revenue Act in 79A.
Notices went out against H.D.Kumarswamy for purchasing 21.36 acres near Biddadi and yet another land of 22.21 acres in Ramanagar district received as ‘gift’ from his mother-in-law Vimala. These two lands belonged to SC/ST persons, given by the state. Kumaraswamy was slapped with a notice by revenue authorities for buying 6.38 acres from a SC person. Vimala has been given a notice for violating rules by purchasing lands, Puttaswamy stated.
JD-S and Congress, it was alleged by BJP, were working hard to topple an elected govt. in South India.
Kumaraswamy and Revanna should hang their boots and retire from politics, since their land muddle had been exposed new as illegal land grabbing, under concrete evidence in documents. When will they get out, Puttaswamy asked caustically.
V.Somanna, Housing Minister, who was present on this occasion to day accused Devegowda of being intolerant of  Lingayat community at large.

                                   

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