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Porno film: Three BJP ministers resigned

Wed, 08 Feb 2012 - 13:59:02  | 
Source: PTI  |  Posted by:  I.G. Bhatkali
Porno film: Three BJP ministers resigned

Bangalore: Directed by the party central leadership, three BJP ministers in Karnataka today resigned after they were engulfed in a row over watching sleazy clippings during the Assembly proceedings.

All the three tainted ministers were summoned to the party office and were asked to submit their resignation after a meeting of the party senior leaders presided over by Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda.

Minister for Cooperation Laxman Savadi, Minister for Women and Child Development C C Patil and Minister for Ports and Science and Technology Krishna Palemar announced after a meeting with top leaders that they have decided to quit.

"We don't want the party and the government to face further embarassment. All of us have decided to resign from the ministry", Savadi told reporters outside the BJP office.

Savadi and Patil demanded that the Speaker of the state assembly K G Bopaiah institute a probe into the issue of watching the porno video footage and expressed confidence that "they would come clean from the allegations".

Palemar, another minister, who had to pay price for allegedly providing the blue film clippings to Savadi said he was contemplating legal course over the issue.

Savadi and Patil were caught yesterday while they were allegedly viewing the porno video footage inside the state assembly, an incident that batterred the image of the Sadananda Gowda Government and BJP, evoking widespread condmenation across the state.

Under the directions of BJP National President, Nitin Gadkari, Gowda today held a meeting with the state unit Party President K S Eswarappa, former Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, senior ministers Jagadish Shettar and Govind Karjol in the party office and decided to ask the three ministers to put in their papers.

Savadi and Patil said they would submit their resignation to Gowda and request him to accept it.

Savadi and Patil, who had to demit the ministry under cloud, blamed the media for blowing the incident out of proportion.

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