This was after P Prasanna Kumar, special public prosecutor for the CBI, submitted a memo for posting along with an order passed by the Supreme Court.
On June 12,2023, the bench of chief Justice Prasanna B Varale had granted interim stay vis-a-vis the consent order dated September 25, 2019, issued by the then BS Yediyurappa government. The CBI had challenged the interim order before SC. tnn
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