Bengaluru, Nov 9: Former Minister from Karnataka, Janardhan Reddy continues to play hide and seek with the police, which is looking for him after his name surfaced in an investigation relating to a ponzi scam.
Bengaluru, Nov 8: Karnataka’s former tourism minister, Janardhan Reddy has gone into hiding after the police launched a manhunt for him in connection with a ponzi scam case.
Bengaluru, Nov 8: Karnataka’s former minister Janardhan Reddy is on the run. The police have formed four special teams to nab him in connection with a ponzi scam.
The Supreme Court has rejected a plea filed by mining baron, Janardhan Reddy to visit Bellary for two days. Reddy had sought permission from the court to visit Bellary for two days so that he could campaign for his brother ahead of the Karnataka assembly elections.
B S Yeddyurappa has said that the party will win 10 to 15 seats with the help of Janardhan Reddy. He told reporters that the BJP president Amit Shah had told them that they could seek the help of anyone if it is beneficial to the party.
He is campaigning for his friend and not for the BJP, B S Yeddyurappa said while reacting to criticisms surrounding Janardhan Reddy.
Amidst growing criticism about Janardhan Reddy campaigning openly the BJP leadership is understood to have instructed its state unit not to allow him to campaign openly for the Karnataka Assembly elections.
First Amit Shah said that the BJP had nothing to do with the Reddy brothers. Now Janardhan Reddy, probably the most powerful among the three brothers has been seen campaigning in Molakmuru for the BJP candidate and his close aide, Sriramulu.
There may be no logical conclusion to the illegal mining case worth Rs 35,000 crore unearthed in Karnataka. It appears as though there would be a quietus of burial in these cases involving former Karnataka BJP minister Janardhan Reddy and others.
Bengaluru, Oct 20: Janardhan Reddy, mining baron and former Karnataka minister does things that are usually larger than life. For his daughter, Brahmani’s wedding, he has sent out a unique wedding invitation with an LCD screen.
When the box opens up, you can see an LCD screen light on. A text first announces, “Brahmani weds Rajeev Reddy.” This is then followed by a full fledged video where Janardhan Reddy is seen singing ‘Atithi Devobhava’ along with his wife and son.