Mysore, May 23: Police Inspector GN Mohan seems to have been facing wrath of higher authorities for accomplishing his duties. The inspector has been suspended for registering an attempt to murder case against Rakesh Siddaramaiah and 10 other workers of Congress party.
Mohan, who was in-charge of Nazarbad station in Mysore, booked Rakesh and others under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for allegedly attacking Ka Pu Siddalingaswamy.
Rakesh, the elder son of newly appointed Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah, has been named the main accused in the case.
According to sources, Rakesh and his group allegedly had attacked Siddalingaswamy who contested against Siddaramaiah from the Varuna constituency. Siddalingaswamy is a candidate of BS Yeddyurappa-led Karnataka Janata Party (KJP).
The two group had a clash when Rakesh and his group allegedly had assaulted KJP leader and his men on their back from Chamundi Hills on May 3.
However, Mysore police sources overruled reports saying that the inspector has been suspended as he had made blunders while on duty in recent past. The inspector has gone on leave for a month from May 18.