Former DySP Anupama Shenoy releases Audio Tape, conversations of minister and police officers

Former DySP Anupama Shenoy releases Audio Tape, conversations of minister and police officers
Mumbai: Udupi based Former senior Karnataka police officer of Kudligi sub-division, Ballari District, Anupama Shenoy, who resigned from her post on June 4, released audio tapes in New Delhi.
A National TV Channel (Times Now) has gained access to the tapes released by the former top cop  herself, exposing a minister’s arrogance in the Anupama Shenoy case.
Anupama Shenoy had alleged that a senior minister had called her and she had to put that call on hold as another senior officer had phoned her regarding an important case.
Anupama Shenoy resigned from her position of Deputy Superintendent of Police in June this year over alleged interference in her work by the minister.
This incident allegedly angered the minister to such an extent that she was shunted out of Kudligi sub-division.
Anupama Shenoy has single-handedly taken on an entire system since January, exposes the nexus between a neta and senior policemen. Two months after she resigned from her post, the former police officer has decided to expose the bullies who shunted her out.
Home Minister of the Karnataka state G Parameshwar replied to the channel, “She has resigned. Whatever her statement is I don’t want to react on it. She is free to say anything. We have explained on the floor of the House. CM has explained. We don’t have to react to it again.”
And Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah refused to answer the questions by the TV Channel on former police officer Anupama Shenoy who exposed the nexus between senior police officers and the neta.

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