Mangaluru: The 2012 courtesy case takes a more serious turn today, and demands reinvestigation. Civil society adamantly rejects the notion that Soujanya was murdered and raped, and this case from 2012 has now gained renewed attention. Former minister Sunil Kumar emphasized, “Since then, there has been a considerable amount of struggle and investigation, and we are also calling for a reinvestigation into the killings and suspicions. There is no question of the BJP withdrawing from this fight.”
Speaking at a large protest gathering of the Coastal BJP, where they demanded a reinvestigation into the Soujanya case, He stated, “Today, we are all commencing this protest together. We will approach central leaders on behalf of Soujanya’s mother. We may not be able to bring Soujanya back, but we must deliver justice.”
The government is well aware of how to conduct a reinvestigation, and the BJP has the support of everyone in the struggle for justice. “We stand behind all struggles, including Mahesh Timarody’s, but it’s essential to stay focused on the real issues and not let anyone divert our efforts,” he added.
Former Belthangady MLA Vasanth Bangera indicated that he knows who is behind this, but revealing the truth could put his life in danger. Sunil Kumar warned, “Concealing the truth when you know it is also a legal offence. Therefore, if you possess information, immediately inform the investigating agency. If you keep it concealed, it raises questions about the influence behind it. This is not a matter for idle discussion; it should be entrusted to the investigating agency.”
All BJP members are dedicated to safeguarding you, but it’s crucial not to disrespect religious institutions in the name of any struggle. “In the past, the Left has violated the faith of Sabarimala and Tirupati. We must avoid insulting religious beliefs in the name of courtesy. No one is permanent here, but religious centres are permanent,” Sunil Kumar emphasized.
Two film actors have declared that they won’t come to Dharmasthala unless they obtain justice for Soujanya. However, it’s important not to insult our religious beliefs in the course of any struggle. Both districts’ residents should proceed cautiously in this regard.”