The matter pertains to the alleged illegal denotification of three acres and 34 guntas of land in Halage Vaderahalli village here. One acre is equal to 40 guntas of land.
Kumaraswamy is currently on a visit to US to take part in the groundbreaking ceremony of Vokkaliga community's Kalabhairaveshwara temple, and will conclude his trip on July 5 after addressing a convention of Vokkaligas Parishath.
Alleging that the BJP during the last one year had made several attempts to topple the government, he said they would not be successful.
He also said the challenge before him was to take the administration close to the people in a way that they should repent about their decision not to support Congress-JD(S) alliance in the Lok Sabha elections.
Addressing a public meeting at a village in Ramanagara on June 18, Kumaraswamy had said relentless efforts have been made to pull down the government and he knew who have been behind it.
He was speaking at the first meeting of the Governing Council of Niti Aayog chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here.
Governor Vajubhai Vala will administer the oath of office and secrecy to new members joining the State Council ofMinisters at 1.00 PM at the Raj Bhavan.
In a message on the eve of completion of one year in office, he also expressed happiness over launching various welfare programmes, including the pro-farmer measures such as the crop loan waiver.
Addressing a gathering in Chincholi, Kumaraswamy on May 14 had said, Kharge should have become the Chief Minister long ago.
His remarks come amid a bitter spat between the leaders of the ruling coalition partners Congress and JD(S) to make Siddaramaiah the state chief minister once again.
The PM is using the patriotism of soldiers for his gain. He rides on such emotional waves because there are no development issues to talk about, Kumaraswamy tweeted.
The chief minister also said he was in regular touch with the Congress MLAs and asserted that the JDS-Congress ministry would not only survive before but also post the Lok Sabha elections and complete its full five-year term.
At present, the states are entitled to get compensation for the first five years since the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in 2017, that is till 2022.
Kumaraswamy said misinformation was being spread in the state that there is a deadline to avail of the benefit, "causing panic among farmers".
JD(S) had recently claimed the BJP had approached many of its MLAs and Congress in an attempt to destabilise the government.
The Chief Minister alleged that certain "kingpins" had been roped in to topple his government.
The delegation also apprised the prime minister of the prevailing drought-like situation in 17 of the total 30 districts in the state.
The Karnataka government has sought the Central Water Commission's clearance of the feasibility report on the proposed Mekedatu reservoir.
The Karnataka state cabinet will be expanded by the third week of September to its full strength of 34, with the addition of seven new ministers, JDS Secretary general Danish Ali said.
The coalition government is "secure" and there are no differences between the ruling allies, he asserted, and strongly criticised the BJP for "creating confusion" among people by constantly questioning the stability of his government.
The BJP took to social media to attack the government, bombarding it with a series of Facebook posts over its functioning.
While Kumaraswamy termed his meeting as a "courtesy call", sources said a decision to expand the state cabinet was taken during the meeting between the two leaders which would be done in the next few weeks.
In his order, judge D B Patil said he did not find any proof to establish Kumaraswamy's guilt in the case.
This waiver of Rs 30,163 crore to benefit about 23 lakh farmers also includes interest to be paid by the government to nationalised banks.
As the video clip went viral in the social media besides being aired by TV channels, netizens and BJP leaders termed Revanna's action as 'insensitive'. Senior BJP leader S Suresh Kumar flayed Revanna for the act.