Araga Jnanedra praises Police for cracking Mysuru gangrape case
Bengaluru: Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanedra have complimented the state police, who had successfully cracked the Mysuru gangrape rape case and took five accused into the case on Saturday.
Addressing media, the minister said that the "Heinous crime which took place in Mysuru, the heritage city, visited by tourists and students across the country and abroad ".
The Mysuru police had taken the crime very seriously. They cracked it very meticulously by sewing together the evidence they had collected over the incident.
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As per the preliminary reports, he said, the accused were all hailed from neighbouring Tamil Nadu and subjected to further investigation into the case by the Police.
He said he had instructed the Mysuru city police to extend protections for the safety of citizens and step up more security measures at all the places, including the Chamundi hill.
He also informed that a recommendation would be made to appoint a special public prosecutor to secure befitting punishment to the accused.