Should the CBI probe the death of Karnataka IAS official DK Ravi?

GN Bureau | March 19, 2015



Amid rising public outrage over the mysterious death of IAS officer DK Ravi, his family has demanded a probe by the CBI. Even Karnataka IAS officials have signed an online petition demanding the CBI probe into the death.

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