Hubballi murder: Neha Hiremath’s father not satisfied with probe

Hubballi (Karnataka), April 22 (UNI) In a major development, Niranjan Hiremath, a Congress Councillor of Hubballi-Dharwad Municipal Corporation, has expressed deep dissatisfaction with the ongoing investigation into his daughter Neha’s murder on her college premises.

Speaking to the media, Hiremath stated, “I have provided the names of eight individuals openly involved in the incident. However, not a single arrest has been made so far. I am losing faith in the current investigation process.”

Expressing his frustration, Hiremath accused the local authorities of attempting to divert the case and demanded that the investigation be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) if the local police fail to make progress.

“The police commissioner overseeing the case is a lady, yet she seems to be overlooking a girl’s murder,” he added. “I suspect she is working under some pressure.”

Hiremath also called for the immediate transfer of the police commissioner due to alleged negligence in handling the case. “I demand that the case should be given to CBI for an impartial and thorough investigation,” he said on late Sunday night.

The tragic incident has shaken the community, with Hiremath’s plea highlighting the growing concerns over the efficiency and transparency of the local police’s handling of sensitive cases in the Congress-ruled state.

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