TimesofIndia.com - Aug 27, 2011
BANGALORE: It was a so-near-yet-so-far situation for beleaguered former chief minister BS Yeddyurappa. Though the high court heard at length one of his anticipatory bail petitions, it could not pass any orders due to paucity of time.
Consequently Yeddyurappa has to appear before the special court, either personally or through an advocate, when the case comes up on Saturday.
Even as senior advocate UU Lalit, who appeared on behalf of Yeddyurappa, prayed for an interim order as his his client was required to appear before the Lokayukta court on Saturday, Justice L Narayanaswamy refused to grant that prayer saying that he would like to pass a detailed final order on Monday.
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