IAS officer D K Ravi found dead in house-Karnataka PU exams postponedIAS officer D.K. Ravi was found dead in his house at Koramangala, Bangalore. IAS officer was honest officer and got many enemies when he had his eyes on Sand scam in Karnataka.

He was currently working in Bangalore and was transfered from Kolar distric.

The officers house was visited by ministers of Karnataka, the case at first view looks that of a suicide. Relatives of officer has refused any such claim. Relatives told that there was not any kind of tension to IAS officer D.K. Ravi.

Relatives are suspecting a murder. IAS officer D.K. Ravi is believed to be murdered by his enemies.

PU exams are postponed due to death of IAS officer D.K. Ravi.

Posted 2 years, 7 months ago by News Reporter

What is happening in India. Durga, Manjunath and then this third target. Indian government has to arrange security for those officers who are honest (very rarely you find them), we cannot keep losing these honest officers.

Exams are postponed and this is a good thing, students will get more information about the honest IAS officer and will try to become like him.

Posted 2 years, 7 months ago by Bada Mouth

I agree with you murdering honest officers has become a trend in India and this needs to be checked by government.

You can get promotions or security only if you have nexus with mafias or politicians. Why not all honest officers form an organisation to fight these mafias?

Posted 2 years, 7 months ago by News Reporter

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