Bengaluru (DHNS): The police are trying to trace the persons with whom RSS worker Rudresh spent an hour before he was murdered on Kamaraj Road on October 16.
“He received a call after he returned home from the RSS?event. He left the house again and reached the Shivajinagar circle after an hour. Rudresh met a few persons before reaching the circle. The police are trying to trace these persons for questioning, to get some leads,” city police commissioner?N?S?Megharikh said.
A section of the electronic media telecast a picture of two men fleeing in a bike, claiming that the two were Rudresh’s assailants. However, Megharikh clarified that the duo on the bike had nothing to do with those who murdered Rudresh.
The police have so far not released any sketches oraphotos of the suspects, he said.
They said that the investigation so far was based on the number plates of some bikes in the area. The suspects had used a wrong number plate to mislead the police, Megharikh said.
“Our teams are working on all angles. There is no clarity yet regarding the suspects and their motive,” Additional Commissioner (East)?P?Harishekharan said.
BJP?writes to Centre, seeks NIA probe
The state BJP?has sought a probe by the National Investigation?Agency into the murder of RSS?worker Rudresh, in Bengaluru.
In a letter to Union Home Minister Rajnath?Singh, state BJP?General?Secretary C?T?Ravi has stated that the state government and Bengaluru city police are trying to dilute the investigation by trying to blame a domestic dispute as the reason for the murder.
“The real reason behind the killing of Rudresh has to be found out since there has been a rise in the killing of Sangh and BJP volunteers in the neighbouring states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala by radical Islamic groups,” the letter
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