Mysuru: While Mysuru has returned to normalcy after Monday’s violence during the bandh called by the BJP and VHP to protest the murder of a BJP worker, security remains tight in its sensitive localities. Prohibitory orders under section 144 in force in the city have been extended till March 18.
Police forces, including the Rapid Action Force did a march in Lashkar and Devraja mohalla Wednesday morning and the RAF was deployed for security around the Kyathamaranahalli crematorium where the third day ceremony of the murdered BJP worker, Raju, was held.
Additional Director General of Police Alok Mohan , who is camping in Mysuru to oversee the security, said the investigation into the murder of the BJP worker was making good progress.
“A number teams led by police commissioner, B Dayanand, are working on it and have found good leads . They are in the process of collecting evidence,” he added.
Asked about BJP MP, Pratap Simha’s allegations that the suspects were from Kerala, he said, “We are keeping all probabilities and options open.”...