Gauri Lankesh murder: Mumbaiites demand an impartial probe

Gauri Lankesh murder: Mumbaiites demand an impartial probe

Gauri Lankesh murder: Mumbaiites demand an impartial probe

The murder of Ms.Gauri Lankesh follows on the heels of the murders of Dr.Narendra Dabholkar, Shri Govind Pansare and Prof.M.M.Kalburgi, probably as part of the same conspiracy by dark right-wing forces.

However, Gauri Lankesh herself didn't tell her family she was being threatened, he added.

Bhatkal unit, today joined the list of hundreds of organizations that are protesting against the murder of Senior Journalist Gauri Lankesh in Bengaluru on Tuesday evening.

Indian activists, politicians and journalists yesterday demanded a full investigation into the murder of Gauri Lankesh, a newspaper editor and outspoken critic of the ruling Hindu nationalist party whose death has sparked an outpouring of anger.

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Attacking the Siddaramaiah government for the state's "poor" law and order situation, he said there had been 18-19 political killings besides Kalburgi's murder in the last two and a half years and it had "failed" in taking probes to their logical conclusion.

"People say that the Prime Minister is quiet and Prime Minister has not said anything".

Scores of journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in the national capital and demanded justice amid calls for standing up to "forces" trying to "muzzle" the voices of dissent. "The Congress government must investigate the matter and book the culprits soon", he said. Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy has pointed out that it is premature to hold anyone responsible for the murder and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has announced a special investigation.

Citing the Supreme Court's Tuesday order, Kumar said the court ordered the Karnataka government to hand over the investigation to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the death of Deputy Superintendent of Police M.K. Ganapathy, who was found dead in a lodge at Madikeri in Bengaluru past year. "The point is the entire ideology is to silence voices", Gandhi said. "The Chief Minister has said that those responsible would be caught and punished".

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