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Seers Seek Info on Soujanya Murder Case

Esha Vittaladasa Swamiji of Kemaru Sandipani Sadhanashrama Mutt on Wednesday urged Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner to obtain information on the progress of the CBI investigation into the murder of Soujanya of Dharmastala.

Published: 15th May 2014 08:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th May 2014 08:27 AM   |  A+A-

Esha Vittaladasa Swamiji of Kemaru Sandipani Sadhanashrama Mutt on Wednesday urged Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner to obtain information on the progress of the CBI investigation into the murder of Soujanya of Dharmastala.

The seer presenting a memorandum to Deputy Commissioner A B Ibrahim said the progress of investigations in the case is not known to public.

Steps should be taken to provide compensation to the victim’s family, he urged.

Submitting a separate memorandum, Esha Vittaladasa Swamiji urged the district administration to release compensation to the family of two-year-old child Sarika, who died under mysterious circumstances.

He sought the report from forensic department immediately.

The government should release compensation under natural calamities fund to the family of the child. 

Ibrahim assured that the demands would be met soon.  The Kemaru seer later met Mangalore Commissioner of Police R Hitendra with the same demands.

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