Nationa at 9: Is it true that mining-builder lobby threatened 'Honest' Ravi?

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| Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 09:29
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Angry protesters in Kolar district where 35-year-old DK Ravi had taken on the sand mafia as Deputy Commissioner before being posted as Additional Commissioner of Commercial Taxes (Enforcement) in Bengaluru, also blocked a National Highway placing burning tyres before being chased away by police.

The house of local MLA in Kolar Varthur Prakash was stoned but police rushed and dispersed the protesters, police said.

Ravi, who had taken on the sand and land mafia, had allegedly committed suicide by hanging from a ceiling fan in his room at his official flat after returning home from office in the morning.

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