Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr BJP cheif Amit Shah today left his Chief Ministerial candidate in Karnataka, BS Yeddyurappa, embarrassed with a slip of tongue, and immediately corrected himself. In any case, that didn’t check the fast circulation of the video clip via web-based networking media, mostly by Congress supporters. While rattling off allegations against Karnataka’s Congress government drove by Mr Siddaramaiah at a meeting in Karnataka’s Davanagere, Amit Shah stated, “As of late a retired Supreme Court judge said if there was ever an opposition of the most corrupt government then the Yeddyurappa government is number one…” Mr Yeddyurappa was sitting beside him. Another leader was seen quietly whispering into his ear. Mr Shah quickly revised himself. Inside seconds, the Congress went on overdrive, tweeting and retweeting the video. Mr Yeddyurappa – who was cheif minister of the principal BJP government in Karnataka from 2008 – was compelled to step down in August 2011 in the midst of defilement claims by Karnataka’s ombudsman or Lokayukta, Santosh Hegde. He was blamed for intriguing in unlawful iron-ore mining in the mineral-rich locale of Bellary. In 2016, he was cleared on the off chance that, where he was blamed for accepting kickbacks worth Rs. 40 crores. The BJP has named the 75-year-old, who commands a solid help among the Lingayat people group, as its Chief Ministerial candidate ahead of the elections – an rare move by a party that for the most part challenges decisions without one.