File Objections Before Oct 21, Karthik Told

Published: 16th October 2014 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th October 2014 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE : A family court on Wednesday directed Karthik Gowda, son of Railway Minister D V Sadananda Gowda, to file objections in connection with a petition filed by actor Mythriya before Ocotber 21.

Counsel representing Karthik Gowda submitted before the court that Karthik Gowda’s grandmother had passed away four day ago and he could not file objections as he had to perform several rituals. The counsel further sought additional time to file objections. The court granted time till October 21 and directed them to file objections. Mythriya filed a petition in the family court stating that Karthik married her and urged the court to issue directions to Karthik not to remarry and accept her as his wife.

Relief for Seer

The High Court on Wednesday disposed of a petition filed by the state CID challenging the interim relief granted to Raghaveshwara Bharathi Swami of Ramachandrapura Mutt by the sessions court last week in connection with a sex abuse case.

After the court refused to quash the case against the seer last Thursday, he moved the sessions court for anticipatory bail.

He was granted 30 days of protection from arrest.

On Wednesday, the state CID argued that the sessions court order would hamper the  investigation.

The High Court, however, observed that the lower court has the power to grant interim protection, and asked the prosecution to approach the sessions court for further directions.

Following this, the state CID withdrew the petition and will approach the sessions court on Thursday.

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