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Saturday, 24 April 2010 11:52

Haveri Firing: Two volume report submitted to Acharya

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Bangalore, April 24: The Kedambadi Jagannatha Shetty Commission of Inquiry, which inquired into the police firing at Haveri on June 10, 2008, presented its report in two volumes to Home and Muzrai Minister VS Acharya.

Dr. Acharya, who received the report on behalf of Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, told media persons that the commission had held its proceedings for 18 months and the recommendations would be placed before the State Cabinet for its approval. Then it would be tabled in the State legislature.

Shetty said that the commission had tried its best to bring out the truth about the incidents leading to the police firing, in which two persons died - one at the spot and other at hospital. The report would help the State Government in improving the quality of its administration. Incidentally, Mr. Shetty had also headed the Commission of Inquiry which probed into the Bhatkal riots and his report has been lying with the Government.



Like [0]Dislike [0] #2 , mangalore/ksa2010-04-25
What a wasteof time and money!Atleast money spent on this report could have been given to the bereaved family.Does any body think Dr.Acharya will read this report?
Like [0]Dislike [0] #1 , YANBU-KSA2010-04-24
A fixed report!!!God save Karnataka!!

In Karnataka under BJP regime everthing will be fixable!!!!

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