The sudden death of a sincere IAS officer known for his services, had rocked the country months ago. He was found dead, hanged in his apartment. It has drawn wide speculations over the officer’s unnatural death. With the demand of the opposition, chief minister of Karnataka, Siddharamayya had earlier ordered a CBI probe in this case.
The government earlier said in a statement that, the officer Late Mr. Ravi had called his female IAS batch-mate 44 times on the day of his death. However, the CBI has reported that the officer’s call data shows that he had called his batch-mate only once on the day of his death.
He slammed the government that, how can a government misrepresent data in a sensitive case. He added that the government must work for the Protection of its people but not to dishonor them, the Deccan Chronicle reports.
“Whatever might have been his compulsions, it (government) should not have indulged in such dirty tricks. Even now the government should understand its duty,” he said. Mr Kumar said the Siddaramaiah government handed over the case to CBI on Congress high command’s directions, not on demands made by people and Ravi’s parents.
The CBI has been investigating into the unnatural death of the IAS officer. However, it has not come to an opinion yet on the cause of the suspicious death.