"Truth will prevail," uttered Yeddyurappa just after coming out of jail. It seems that Diwali has returned in the state capital as all Yeddyurappa supporters started bursting crackers when their leader was granted bail by Karnataka High Court on Tuesday.
However, many started raising their eyebrows after seeing Yeddyurappa walking out of jail and not on stretchers. Here it can be recalled that Yeddyurappa was hospitalised soon after his arrest 25 days back. Even during his judicial custody, he was having health privileges.
Meanwhile, rumours popped up that Yeddyurappa could quit BJP as he was upset with the party who retracted its support from the former Karnataka Chief Minister.
Of the total five cases in his name, he was granted anticipatory bail in two cases. The judge hearing his bail plea said that the offence committed by him does not warrant death or a life sentence. The judge also said that the veracity of the documents have to be proved that showed Yeddyurappa guilty.