Mr Eshwarappa’s two associates,Basavaraj and Ramesh, have additionally been named in the FIR
Bengaluru: Karnataka serve KS Eshwarappa has been named in a police case regarding the self destruction of a worker for hire, who was observed dead in a cabin in Udupi yesterday subsequent to blaming him for debasement, authorities said.
The First Information Report or FIR blames the clergyman for driving project worker Santosh Patil to self destruction.
Mr Eshwarappa’s two partners, Basavaraj and Ramesh, have additionally been named in the FIR, which was recorded in view of a protest documented by Santosh Patil’s sibling Prashant.
Mr Patil had blamed the priest’s partners for requesting a 40 percent commission in the ₹ 4 crore work he had done in Rural Development and Panchayat Raj office.
In his indicated self destruction note, he affirmed that Mr Eshwarappa was liable for his demise.
“RDPR serve KS Eshwarappa is exclusively answerable for my passing. I’m taking this choice, keeping my yearnings to the side. I demand with collapsed hands to our state head, boss pastor, our darling lingayat pioneer BSY and every other person to stretch out some assistance to my better half and children,” he composed.
Responding to the turn of events, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said he has accumulated all data about the case, yet can’t affirm anything about his acquiescence.
“I don’t have the foggiest idea the thing he said about renunciation. It will be cleared when we talk straightforwardly,” news office ANI cited him as saying.
Mr Bommai yesterday said that he has guided the police to guarantee a quick and straightforward examination concerning the passing of the worker for hire.
In the interim, Mr Eshwarappa last evening repeated that he didn’t have the foggiest idea about the worker for hire and turned down the interest of the resistance Congress looking for his abdication over his passing.