Cop suicide case: Commission of Inquiry to submit report in six months

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

Bengaluru, July 16 (ANI): Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday appointed Justice KN Keshavanarayana, Retired Judge of Karnataka High Court, as a one man Commission of Inquiry in the Deputy SP Ganapathy suicide case. The Commission of Inquiry shall submit its report in six months and it shall exercise all the powers under Commission of Inquiry Act 1952 and under the Code of Civil Procedure to conduct the inquiry into the incident. The Commission will inquire into incidents leading to Ganapthi's suicide and the role of Bengaluru Development Minister K J George, ADGP (Intelligence) A M Prasad and IGP Pranab Mohanty who the deceased officer accused of causing mental harassment. Earlier, Siddaramaiah had ordered a judicial probe into the controversial suicide of deputy superintendent of police (ANI)