Police Make First Arrest In Journalist Gauri Lankesh Murder Case
Gauri Lankesh Murder Case: Sources in the unique test group disclosed to NDTV that they trust Naveen Kumar played a ‘little yet noteworthy’ part in the murder of Gauri Lankesh
BENGALURU: a half year after senior writer Gauri Lankesh’s murder, an uncommon police group examining the case made the main capture today. They have five more days to proceed with the cross examination of KT Naveen Kumar, who was arrested for scrutinizing seven days back.
Naveen Kumar, in his late thirties, is from Mandya area in Karnataka. He was gotten at the Bengaluru city transport remain by the express police’s focal wrongdoing branch on February 18 for purportedly being in unlawful ownership of a weapon and ammo.
Sources in the extraordinary test group revealed to NDTV that they trust Naveen Kumar played a ‘little yet noteworthy’ part in the murder of Gauri Lankesh, who was shot dead at short proximity by unidentified men outside her home in Bengaluru the evening of September 5 a year ago. He isn’t being viewed as one of the principle blamed or the man who really pulled the trigger yet there is trust he will have the capacity to give indispensable pieces of information to the specialists.
Gauri Lankesh, 55, a faultfinder of conservative belief system and a wild promoter of secularism, altered Gauri Lankesh Patrike, a week by week daily paper.
Her demise was viewed as a feature of a progression of unsolved killings of pragmatists that included Professor MM Kalburgi, who was shot outside his home in Dharwad in north Karnataka in 2015, and furthermore the homicides of Govind Pansare and Narendra Dabholkar from Maharashtra.
On Wednesday, Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy had said that the murder test would “end soon”. The clergyman has put forth comparative expressions before also.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)