‘No special treatment to Darshan’: Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah’s robust message to top cops

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Published June 14, 2024 at 3:59pm

    Siddaramaiah not happy over 'kingly' treatment to Darshan

    He asks top cops to treat him regularly

    Darshan, Pavitra are A2 and A1 in the case

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah has put his foot down on the alleged ‘royal’ treatment given to accused 2 Darshan in the Renukaswamy murder case. 

In a meeting he held with senior police officers of the state, the CM stressed that Darshan should be treated as an accused should be. 

Also Read: Was Darshan about to contest Channapatna byelection on a Congress ticket? CP Yogeshwar’s statement surprises many 

The CM expressed his disappointment over news reports that a shamiana had been erected on the Annapoorneshwari Nagar police station premises. To this, he was told that such a barrier was created so that Darshan’s fans and media would not create ruckus in order to see him. 

The CM, though, appeared unconvinced over the explanation given. He stressed there should be no special treatment to him and should be treated as any other. 

Earlier, police sources said that Darshan wanted to walk on the premises and was tired of sitting for a long time. He had also sought cigarettes, but the police refused to countenance his request. To this, Darshan is said to have informed the police that his hands would tremble without cigarettes. 

Yesterday, there were reports that the CM was prevailed upon by many influential political leaders to somehow bail Darshan out of trouble. But a defiant Siddaramaiah spoke assertively, asking them not to meddle with the police investigation.  

‘No special treatment to Darshan’: Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah’s robust message to top cops

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    Siddaramaiah not happy over 'kingly' treatment to Darshan

    He asks top cops to treat him regularly

    Darshan, Pavitra are A2 and A1 in the case

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah has put his foot down on the alleged ‘royal’ treatment given to accused 2 Darshan in the Renukaswamy murder case. 

In a meeting he held with senior police officers of the state, the CM stressed that Darshan should be treated as an accused should be. 

Also Read: Was Darshan about to contest Channapatna byelection on a Congress ticket? CP Yogeshwar’s statement surprises many 

The CM expressed his disappointment over news reports that a shamiana had been erected on the Annapoorneshwari Nagar police station premises. To this, he was told that such a barrier was created so that Darshan’s fans and media would not create ruckus in order to see him. 

The CM, though, appeared unconvinced over the explanation given. He stressed there should be no special treatment to him and should be treated as any other. 

Earlier, police sources said that Darshan wanted to walk on the premises and was tired of sitting for a long time. He had also sought cigarettes, but the police refused to countenance his request. To this, Darshan is said to have informed the police that his hands would tremble without cigarettes. 

Yesterday, there were reports that the CM was prevailed upon by many influential political leaders to somehow bail Darshan out of trouble. But a defiant Siddaramaiah spoke assertively, asking them not to meddle with the police investigation.  

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