His admission came after JD(S) alleged yesterday that the Chief Minister alloted sites of Mysore Urban Development Authority to ten of his close relatives under his discretionary quota by "throwing all rules to winds."
Reacting to the charge, Yeddyurappa said, he had two brothers and they had passed away, while a brother-in-law had died and added that their relatives had been allotted sites.
However, he pleaded ignorance about four other allotees and said he had asked the Mysore Deputy Commissioner to submit a report in this regard.
At the height of opposition campaign against him last year, Yeddyurappa's family members, including son B Y Ragavendra, MP, had surrendered prime plots in Bangalore after the allegation of nepotism came under national spotlight.
What a Papa's compassion for his two multi-millionaire Sons; if he had half that compassion for the 4 Crore poor people voted him to power, by now the 65% of the Kannadigas living below the Poverty line would come down, drastically!!