The probe into the execute of activist and journalist Gauri Lankesh is nearing completion and the names of the perpetrators will be published in a “topic of weeks”, Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy has talked about.
Interacting with media personnel on Saturday, he talked about the probe had narrowed down on the suspects. “There just isn’t one of these thing as a deadline for the completion of the probe, nonetheless it is most keen a topic of weeks now. Unlike the murders of Dabolkar and Pansare (who were murdered in Maharasthra prior to now three years) the set the probe has stretched on for years, the Special Investigation Crew (SIT) here has particular clues and is aware of the identities of those who killed Ms. Lankesh. The technique of proof sequence is on,” he talked about.
‘Central agencies being misused’
The Home Minister talked about Central agencies, including Profits-Tax Division, Enforcement Directorate, Central Bureau of Investigation and Election Commission were being ‘misused’ in opposition to the Opposition.
Not too long ago, Minister M.B. Patil alleged that his mobile telephone used to be being tapped; and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah alleged that IT officers had told Minister D.K. Shivakumar, for the length of a raid, to affix the BJP.
“Right here’s what happens when there would possibly be an autocratic executive in the country the set the total energy is vested in a single person. All agencies are being misused on a immense scale, something that used to be now now not seen in the outdated UPA executive,” talked about Mr. Reddy, who added that senior police officers were requested to latest a file on Mr. Patil’s allegations.