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It has been happening for a long time, Bommai’s minister said on Mysore gang rape – happened in other government too

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Karnataka minister Shivaram Hebbar on Mysore gangrape said that women have been the target in the past as well. Such devils exist in the society. This is an unfortunate and shocking incident. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has ordered the Home Minister to get the matter investigated. Shivram Hebbar further said that such incidents always happen. Such incidents have happened during the time of other government also. These things have existed for a long time. It is not that such incidents are happening only when our government has come to power. On the issue of Congress demanding the resignation of the Chief Minister on this issue, Bommai’s minister said that ‘Congress wants to take political advantage by demanding resignation’. Our government will take strict action against the accused. He will be arrested soon. All help will be given to the victim.

Earlier, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai on Friday said that Director General of Police (DGP) Praveen Sood will supervise the investigation into the gang rape case. The Chief Minister told reporters here, “The DGP is going to Mysore. I have directed them to supervise the investigation and resolve the matter at the earliest. The Chief Minister said that investigation teams have been constituted and the investigation is going on expeditiously. Bommai said that he has asked the police to send the investigation report directly to him. Meanwhile, Home Minister Araga Gyanendra told the media that he would hold a meeting with police officials on the issue and take a progress report. He said that the investigation is on and the number of teams involved in the investigation has been increased. Gyanendra said, “I am sure they will sort out the matter.

On the Mysore gangrape case, Janata Dal (Secular) leader H D Kumaraswamy suggested that the alleged culprits of raping a college student near Mysore should be dealt with in the same manner as the police had dealt with the convicts in a similar case in Telangana nearly two years ago. action was taken against him and he was killed. Amid the anger over the gang-rape incident that surfaced in Karnataka, state minister Anand Singh said, “Everything should be cut off from the perpetrators.” Such incidents should not happen.” Kumaraswamy told reporters in Channapatna, “I appreciate the Hyderabad Police for handling an incident of rape. What did he do after all? Unless strict action is taken, things will not improve.

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The former chief minister was referring to the manner in which the Hyderabad police shot four alleged rapists who burnt a veterinary doctor alive after committing a crime in Shamshabad area of ​​the Telangana capital in 2019. At that time the police had reached the spot with the four accused and they were allegedly shot dead by the Telangana Police when they tried to escape. Kumaraswamy said, “The government should deal with it seriously and follow what was done in Hyderabad.” “In our present system, the accused are sent to jail and they are out on bail after a few days. There is such an impression that nothing will happen.

Senior BJP leader and former Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said, “Police is seriously investigating the matter. I am sure that the culprits will be caught and punished.” Responding to the incident, Congress MLA from Belagavi Rural seat, Lakshmi Hebbalkar demanded capital punishment to the culprits as they not only committed this heinous crime but also Also made a video of it and tried to extort money from the victim.

Let us tell you that the medical student was going somewhere with her friend on Tuesday evening, when at least four people stopped her on the way and after beating her gang-raped the girl. Police sources said the gang members also allegedly made a video and threatened to make it public if they did not pay Rs 3 lakh. When the girl and her friend expressed their inability to pay the amount, they thrashed them. The girl was later admitted to a hospital where she informed about the incident.

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