On Thursday the defiant IPS officer Roopa a said she has no issue with an inquiry taking place into it.
Following the commotion in the jail after DIG D Roppa's visit on Saturday, more than 30 convicts were moved to different jails in the state.
Janata Dal (Secular) state president H D Kumaraswamy railed at the state government for failing to tackle the problem arising from the complaint of an IPS officer against another senior officer.
IPS officer Roopa says she spoke to media only after the DGP gave statements and is open to face any kind of inquiry.
The state government on Friday issued notices to DGP (Prisons) H N Sathyanarayana Rao and Deputy Inspector General (Prisons) D Roopa for breach of service rules and interacting with the media.
Roopa is learnt to have prepared another report containing evidence regarding the allegations and also her other observations.
The Karnataka government today served a notice to DIG Prisons D Roopa for going to the media on her controversial report on alleged special treatment in jail to AIADMK leader V K Sasikala.
Siddaramaiah said the probe will file an interim report on Roopa’s allegations in one week and the final report in a month.
In the wake of a senior IPS officer making startling revelations about prisoners receiving illegal favours, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has ordered a high-level inquiry on Thursday.
On being questioned on her work and the claim that she has not fulfilled her duty properly, Roopa said she was on a government-sanctioned leave.
THE Supreme Court on Tuesday began its final hearing on the appeals filed by Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala against the 2007 award of the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal (CWDT) on sharing of water.
The villagers of Anturu in Karnataka's Dagad district claimed that they heard ‘heavy breathing’ outside their homes at around 2 am on Sunday morning.
This morning, villagers found about 20-30 huge footprints which, the villagers claim, did not resemble anything they had ever seen before.
A pro-Kannada organisation- Karnataka Rakshana Vedike (KRV)- on Thursday defaced English and Hindi signage of a restaurant in a mall near Bengaluru's Eco tech park.
Panic began in parts of Ballari, Koppal, Chitradurga and Gadag districts in Karnataka, and in Telangana, rumours over wearing mangalasutras at night would lead to personal problems.