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Mr. Justice N. Kumar passed the order on the petition filed by Parimala Nagappa, wife of Nagappa. Ms. Nagappa said the investigation ordered by Karnataka into the death of her husband was lopsided.
The Union and the State Governments are the other respondents in the petition.
Ms. Nagappa's counsel, M. Sivappa, pointed out that the investigation by the State police had not made any headway. From the sequence of events, it was clear that Veerappan did not intend to kill Nagappa.
Mr. Sivappa said Mr. Krishna and Mr. Raju Gowda, being political opponents of Nagappa, did not give importance to the investigation. Veerappan's demand that Mr. Gowda be sent as an emissary revealed his connection with the brigand, he alleged.
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