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Ramesh suicide: Police send notice to I-T dept


Team Udayavani, Oct 19, 2019, 2:50 PM IST

Bengaluru: Nearly a week after former deputy chief minister G. Parameshwara’s personal assistant Ramesh committed suicide allegedlt due to harassment by imcome tax sleuths, the police on Friday sent a notice to the income tax department.

In his death note, Ramesh had alleged harassment by tax officials. The police confirmed that the handwriting in the death note was Ramesh’s.

Moreover Ramesh’s family as well as few Congress members blamed I-T officials for his suicide.

Ramesh was found hanging from a tree in Bangalore University on October 11, allegedly after his residence was raided by I-T officials.

In the notice the Jnanabharathi police sought information from I-T sleuths if they conducted searches at Ramesh’s residence or office and sought details of the number of sleuths involved.

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