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Karnataka blames Pune as Kalburgi probe hits road block


New Delhi, June 2: The Karnataka Criminal Investigation Department has hit a road block in the probe into the murder of Dr M M Kalburgi.

The probe has not moved an inch and despite probing various angles as claimed by the investigating agency, it would be safe to say that the murder continues to remain a mystery.

Karnataka blames Pune as Kalburgi probe hits road block.
The Karnataka team says that the probe cannot move forward unless it has the cooperation of the police from Maharashtra. The murder of Kalburgi is connected to the killing of rationalist Govind Pansare.

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Unless the two state police share details with each other the probe cannot be carried forward, the CID in Karnataka says.

The CID says that they have sent reminders to the Pune team apart from writing letters as well seeking out information. However there has been no response, the CID officer informed. Without this information it is difficult to carry forward the probe, the officer also informed.

Meanwhile after being pulled up by the Bombay High Court for a shoddy probe into the murders of Pansare and Narendra Dabholkar, the CBI conducted searches in the houses of several Hindu activits in Panvel and Pune, Maharashtra.

The CBI conducted searches at the homes of Sarang Akolkar and Dr Virendra Tawde and seized documents.

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