Karnataka: Bommai says he will form Spl team to probe Mysuru gang-rape case
Karnataka:  Bommai says he will form Spl team to probe Mysuru gang-rape case
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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai on Thursday, August 27,  said that the state government will form a special panel to investigate/probe the gang-rape incident in Mysuru.  Praveen Sood, the Director-General of Police,  will supervise the investigation into the gang rape of a college student near Chamundy foothills on the outskirts of Mysuru, Bomani said.

The CM  went on to say,  investigation teams have been formulated and the probe is in progress in full swing. He added that he has told the police to send the investigation report directly to him. Meanwhile, Home Minister Araga Jnanendra told media that he would hold a meeting with the police officers on the issue and get the progress report. He said the probe was in progress and the number of crack teams have been increased.

Bommai has also assured that the perpetrators will be caught soon and brought to justice. "It's an unfortunate incident. My government has taken it seriously. The perpetrators will be caught soon and brought to justice," Bommai, who is on a 2-day visit to New Delhi, shared details with media people.

Based on the girl's complaint, a case of gang rape was registered against unknown people. The Mysuru police commissioner Dr. Chandragupta visited the spot and formed multiple teams to probe the case.

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