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Amit Shah-PM Modi behind bid to topple Karnataka govt: Congress


NEW DELHI: Amid proceeding risk from its rebels in Karnataka, Congress on Saturday educated its weapons at the BJP management, alleging it was at the back of an operation to entice the MLAs to convey down the Kumaraswamy govt.


Playing an audio tape wherein the dialog revolves round luring a JD (S) MLA with an be offering of Rs 10 crore, Congress alleged the caller was Karnataka BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa. The tape it appears has references to courts and was made public by way of CM HD Kumaraswamy on Friday.


Congress common secretary in-charge KC Venugopal said that PM Modi and Amit Shah had been "orchestrating" the campaign to topple the JD(S)-Congress govt. "The state government is being destabilised by the national government," Venugopal alleged.


The celebration said the CJI must take cognisance of claims within the tape that top BJP leaders can "manage the judiciary". "Since Yeddyurappa is (purportedly) heard saying that Amit Shah will manage judges, the CJI should take suo motu cognisance of attempts to defame judiciary," AICC spokesman Randeep Surjewala said.


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