BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday rubbuished a media report which suggested that former Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa broke his laptop out of anger when he was informed about the party high command's decision to remove him from the post.
"Reports which appeared in a section of the press that B S Yeddyurappa had lost his temper and broke my laptop are totally false and has no basis whatsoever," he told reporters outside Parliament.
Naidu said he does not carry a laptop and did not meet Yeddyurappa till he resigned as the state chief minister and wrote a letter to party president Nitin Gadkari.
"After that we both met in a social conference. There was no such incident at all. I will take up the issue with the media organisation," he said.