Bengaluru: Police have succeeded in cracking the Mysuru gang-rape case, Karnataka House Minister Araga Jnanendra mentioned at present.
He declined to touch upon some stories that 4 or 5 individuals have been taken into custody in reference to the incident.
“Police have succeeded,” the state House Minister mentioned with out going into the main points.
Earlier, Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai mentioned he’s assured that the police would crack the case as early as doable and arrest the accused.
Mr Bommai mentioned 5 police groups are investigating the case.
“Police have taken the Mysuru case very critically,” he advised reporters in Bengaluru. “I’m assured that the police will achieve cracking the case as early as doable”.
The rape survivor, a university pupil, was gang-raped close to Chamundi foothills on the outskirts of Mysuru on August 24. Her male pal who was along with her was assaulted by the gang.
The gang-members demanded from them Rs three lakh to not make public the video of the rape, police sources advised news company Press Belief of India.
Director Normal & Inspector Normal of Police of Karnataka Praveen Sood is supervising the investigation into the gang-rape which has sparked huge outrage.
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