Valmiki money transfer scam: BJP to block Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah's house, demand resignation

Karnataka BJP leaders will lay siege to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's residence in Bengaluru on July 3, demanding his resignation over the alleged illegal money transfer scam in the state-run corporation, the party said. State President BY Vijayendra said on Saturday.

The BJP on Friday staged a statewide protest against the Congress government on the issue and held demonstrations in front of the Deputy Commissioner's office in almost all districts.

The case of illegal money transfer, involving the corporation, came to light after its accounts superintendent Chandrasekhar P committed suicide on May 26 and left a death note.

Unauthorized transfer is claimed in the note. 187 crore belonging to the Corporation from its bank account, and from 88.62 crore were illegally transferred to various accounts allegedly belonging to “reputable” IT companies and a Hyderabad-based cooperative bank, among others.

In the note, Chandrasekhar named the corporation's now-suspended managing director JG Padmanabha, accounts officer Parashuramji Durognavar and Union Bank of India chief manager Sachsamita Rawal, while also saying that the “minister” was responsible for the transfer of funds. Verbal orders were issued.

Scheduled Tribes Welfare Minister B Nagendra resigned on June 6, following allegations against him in connection with the scam.

“There has been scam and corruption in Valmiki Development Corporation. BJP has been continuously protesting against it. As a result of our agitation, Nagender who was the minister had to resign. Chandrasekhar's suicide note mentions several things. , but it seems the state government has not taken the matter seriously yet,” Vijender said.

Talking to reporters here, he said that the BJP will continue its movement against the big scam in which the Congress government has looted the money spent for the welfare of Valmiki and other ST communities.

Medical Education Minister Sharan Prakash Patil and Valmiki Corporation Chairman Basna Gowda Dadal have to resign. Not only that, the Chief Minister will have to resign, because Vijayendra said that the 187-crore scam did not come to his notice, who holds the finance portfolio, when the Lok Sabha elections were underway.

“So on July 3, all our legislators will be besieging the Chief Minister's residence in Bengaluru. Never in the past has there been such a big scam in the state. Misappropriation of funds earmarked for the welfare of the ST community. has gone

Claiming that some people have received death threats in connection with the case, he said, “It is being discussed that money for the Lok Sabha elections was used by creating several fake accounts. “

The state government has constituted an SIT headed by Manish Kharbekar, Additional Director General of Police, Economic Offenses, in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to investigate.

The Mumbai-headquartered Union Bank of India had also lodged a complaint with the CBI in connection with misappropriation of funds belonging to a corporation at its MG Road branch, following which the premier's investigation agency began an investigation.

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