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Mysuru inspector seeks permission to file complaint against SP


Mysuru: Ten days after Mysuru superintendent of police Amith Singh allegedly spoke rudely to police inspector CV Ravi who had come to take rate, the latter on Friday approached the Karnataka police leader for reinforce.
In a letter to DG&IGP Neelamani Raju, a replica of which is available with TOI, Ravi sought motion towards the IPS officer and permission to file a complaint towards the SP with the Karnataka State Human Rights Commission. Sources claimed his folks might guide a complaint towards the SP on Saturday. “A temper of melancholy has descended on me following abuse by way of the senior IPS officer heading Mysuru district,” Ravi mentioned.

The government, in its latest reshuffle of police inspectors, transferred 46 inspectors together with VV Puram site visitors inspector CV Ravi to Mysuru South Police on January 14.

A day later, Ravi is claimed to have long gone to Mysuru South police station to take rate. Claiming there used to be directive from the DG&IGP’s place of job not to permit him to take rate, the SP allegedly requested him to look forward to an afternoon.

The audio clip of the conversation starts with: “Ravi Babu, yestuvarshaservisu … (Ravi Babu, how long is your service...)” and goes on with spiteful remarks. According to Ravi, the SP mentioned: “I’m the boss in Mysuru district. How will you're employed under me?”


SP used to be reportedly dissatisfied as a result of Ravi had exerted affect from a political chief, which the SP points out within the conversation, and warns Ravi not to show any heroics with him.


When contacted, Ravi mentioned he wouldn’t love to remark and Amith Singh didn’t reply to TOI’s calls. Ravi hasn’t yet taken rate.


This appears to be a proxy political warfare between most sensible leaders of JD(S) and Congress. Mysuru is the house district of former CM Siddaramaiah. There is conflict amongst leaders of the coalition government with regard to appointment of inspector to Mysuru South police station. Varuna constituency, represented by way of Siddaramaiah’s son Yathindra, comes under it. Another officer used to be really helpful to the post but Ravi used to be appointed.




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