Death threat issued to slain RTI activist Vinayak Baliga’s sister


Team Udayavani, Jul 31, 2020, 11:23 AM IST

Mangaluru: Slain RTI activist Vinayak Baliga’s sister Anuradha Baliga has reportedly received death threat allegedly as she is still pursuing her brother’s case.

Recently, Anuradha met police commissioner regarding the probe into her brother’s murder seeking a complete investigation. Following this, she got the threat call from foreign countries.

Baliga was hacked to death near his house in Kodialbail on March 21, 2016 when he was out for morning walk.

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