Also Read - Travelling by Buses in Karnataka? Don't Forget to Carry a set of Earphones. Here's Why. Meanwhile, the Special Investigation Team SIT probing the case involving former Karnataka minister Ramesh Jarkiholi has intensified its search for the woman in the video and two other suspects involved in the case. Earlier on Sunday, the woman posted a video on social media, in which she could be seen urging the Karnataka government to provide protection to her. In the video, she also claimed that she and her parents had attempted to kill themselves multiple times. The woman, who is said to have featured in a video purportedly showing her in a compromising position with BJP MLA Jarkiholi, was also summoned by the city police in connection with the scandal. The police had served her a notice to the woman, asking her to appear before them for investigation in the case registered based on a complaint by the former Karnataka Minister. They said the woman has been asked to contact the police official whose phone number or the email id is mentioned, to record her statement. The notice states that her statement will be recorded at the place and time she decides, adding that on her request adequate security will also be provided.
How did the alleged sex CD controversy start?
Mr Jarkiholi also named Mr Shivakumar for the first time in the case.
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The court also continued its interim order passed earlier by which it ordered to stop the SIT investigation in the two FIRs lodged on the complaints of Jarkiholi and the victim-woman in relation to the sex CD scandal and restrained SIT from filing final reports in relation to the said FIRs. It may be noted that soon after the incident came to light, accused Jarkiholi had written a letter to the State Home Department on March Accordingly, a note was issued by the office of the Home Minister, following which the Commissioner of Police, on March 11, issued the order constituting the SIT. Earlier, the court had raised questions at the legality of the SIT probe. In its order dated August 12 , the court had observed that IPS officer Soumendu Mukherjee who was appointed as the head of the SIT is not even willing to look into the investigation carried out during his long absence for three months by other members of the team. The court had then said, "We also note that no document is placed on record to show order was passed by the government appointing any other police officer as head of SIT in absence of Soumendu Mukherjee. In Fact, in a note dated June 16, head of SIT has said that he is not able to supervise the investigation personally and therefore he had authorised IPS Sandeep Patil to submit reports to this court. We make it clear that said query was made by us only in the light of the fact that the head of SIT had admittedly not supervised the investigation. In its order dated July 27 , the court had noted, " We have perused the report dated July 19, filed by Jt Commissioner of Police Crime. We may note here that under the order dated March 11, which is the subject matter of challenge in two of the four petitions, it is mentioned that Shri Soumendu Mukheerjee is the leader of SIT.
Almost a month after the sleaze CD row broke out causing a political storm in Karnataka, the woman in the alleged scandal involving BJP MLA Ramesh Jarkiholi appeared before the judicial magistrate in Bengaluru on Tuesday and gave her statement. To a question that the High Court has sought details of the development, Bommai said all the procedures will be followed. In a letter to the Bengaluru police commissioner Kamal Pant, the complainant claimed she has been questioned multiple times whereas the accused was questioned only once, that too for three hours.