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Advocate says ‘FIR in Bhaskar Shetty murder case is vague’

Advocate says ‘FIR in Bhaskar Shetty murder case is vague’


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Aug 12, 2016: The advocate representing the murdered businessman Bhaskar Shetty’s mother, Gulabi Shetty; M. Shantharam Shetty,  said here on Aug 11, yesterday, that the main FIR, entire First Information Report registered in Bhaskar Shetty’s murder case submitted was weak.


Bhaskar Shetty


Advocate Shantharam Shetty and other advocate, Shashikanth Shetty, will be helping the Public Prosecutor in this case on the request of Gulabi Shetty.

Addressing media, Adv Shantharam Shetty said that the entire FIR had been written in such a manner by the previous Investigation Officer as if it was intended to protect the accused in the Bhaskar Shetty case. He questioned the manner in which the FIR was written. The FIR had limited the number of accused to only three persons — Rajeshwari, Navneet and Niranjan Bhat.

Adv. Shantharam Shetty said that a person who wrote the FIR ideally should not become the Investigation Officer in the case. But here, Manipal Inspector of Police S.V. Girish had written the FIR and had then become the Investigation Officer of the case. But, the Investigation Officer had now been changed and the Assistant Superintendent of Police, D.P. Suman, had been made the Investigation Officer. However, this was her first posting as Additional Superintendent of Police, her experience was limited, he said.

“If proper investigation has to be done to this case, then the former Superintendent of Police, K. Annamalai, should be appointed as the Investigation Officer. He has far better grasp of local conditions and has solved many complex cases,” he said.

Bhaskar Shetty hailed from a middle class family in Shankarpura village of Udupi district.  One among the seven children of late Sheenappa and Gulabi Shetty, Bhaskar Shetty studied up to Class 10 and went to Mumbai during his youth, where he worked as a mechanic.

 With the help of a friend, he went to Saudi Arabia in 1985 where he struck big and owned a dozen supermarkets in Al-Hasa. In the meantime, he also purchased properties in Udupi and became very rich.


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Mohammed Kunhi, kasargod Thu, August-11-2016, 11:42
The act of both the mother and son have to be destroyed the same way how they destroy Shetty. Whatever punishment is given will be less to them . they have to be burnt alive.
Taranath shetty, Udupi Thu, August-11-2016, 11:40
The investigation has to be taken in Genuine way as the cruelty of wife and son has to be punished. in future no one should to ever dare of such act
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