Dy.SP Ganapathy Case: SC’s questions to Karnataka Government

Dy.SP Ganapathy Case: SC’s questions to Karnataka Government

  • Dy.SP M.K. Ganapathy could have shot himself with his revolver, but why did he choose to hang himself?
  • What was the mystery behind the bullets found in his room?  
  • What was the role of the reporter who interviewed him before the Dy.SP hanging himself?
  • Why was the reporter’s statement not recorded as part of the probe?  
  • Why did the Dy.SP go to Madikeri after telling his subordinates that he would go to Bengaluru?
  • Why the government chose Police (CID) to investigate when its Home Minister and Police Officers were involved in the case?
  • How and from where did the Dy.SP get the leather belt that he used to hang himself?
  • How did the Police get to know about his suicide?

Dy.SP Ganapathy Case –  Time Line

July 7, 2016: Ganapathy found hanging at Vinayaka Lodge in Madikeri after giving an interview to a local channel, naming George and two IPS Officers as responsible.

July 8: CM orders CID inquiry

July 10: Kushalnagar Police hesitate to register FIR against George and other two accused.

July 11: Ganapathy’s family move Madikeri Court.

July 18:  Madikeri Court directs Police to register FIR. George resigns as Bengaluru Dev. Minister.

July 19:  Madikeri Police register FIR against the three accused, including George.

August 5: Court directs the CID to submit the final report before September 19.

Sept. 17: CID concludes that the accused had no role in Ganapathy’s death.

Sept. 20: HC rejects plea by Ganapathy’s father Kushalappa and brother Machaiah seeking CBI probe.

Dec. 27: Kushalappa and Machaiah approach the Supreme Court seeking CBI probe.

Sept. 5, 2017: Supreme Court orders CBI probe, gives 3 months for completion.

September 6, 2017

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Dy.SP Ganapathy Case: SC’s questions to Karnataka Government”

  1. Raj says:

    Supreme Court us asking very relevant questions! This must open the eyes of the public to understand what Was the motive behind the previous investigation!

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