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TRANSFER THE CASE TO “CCB “AS BOMMANHALLI POLICE DID NOT CRACKED THEFT CASE REPORTED IN FIR 1687/2015 DATED 07-09-2015 MADIWALA PS

 
 
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TRANSFER THE CASE TO “CCB “AS BOMMANHALLI POLICE DID NOT CRACKED THEFT CASE REPORTED IN FIR 1687/2015 DATED 07-09-2015 MADIWALA PS
by System Administrator - Wednesday, 31 January 2018, 10:26 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: M.S.Rajashekhar congress leader has requested Hon'ble Home Minister Government of Karnataka and commissioner of police to transfer FIR 1687/2015 dated 07-09-2015to CCB Bangalore for investigation as Madiwala police Station has not cracked the Jewellery theft case for more than one year 4 months as reportedly thieves have theft on many jurisdiction of police stations which single police station cannot effectively investigate . Madiwala police as it has not cracked the Jewellery theft case reported in FIR 1687/2015 and police need to recover the stolen Jewellery at the earliest as more than two year 4 MONTHS has passed andpolice did nothing to recover the Jewellery of several lakh rupees and complainant is stressed and worried.

Madiwala police /Bommanhalli police has not cracked the Jewellery theft case of more than 30 Lakhs reported in FIR 1687/2015 dated 07-09-2015 and Despite Jewellery thefts details and photographs were provided by complainant and police lifted several finger prints from the scene of crime and suspect could have been rounded off by telephone records of suspects and tower location and finger prints lifted by Madiwala police and Dog squad reports and recovery could have been made at the earliest.One should not forget that a thorough investigation is the foundation of an efficient criminal justice system. If this gets weakened, edifice of the criminal justice system becomes weak and thus endangers the public peace and tranquility. The purpose of highlighting all these is not to find fault with the Government, but to bring to its notice that some urgent steps are required to bring more credibility to the police system in the State in general and Bengaluru City, in particular.