Anupama now threatens minister Naik with seedy stuff

Anupama now threatens minister Naik with seedy stuff

Submitted by alvin on Tue, 2016-06-07 21:36 Bengaluru: Anupama Shenoy, the police officer, whose announcement of her resignation as a DySP has created a tsunami of controversy and sensation, has now announced that she would release an audio CD which she implied would deeply embarrass Labour Minister Parameshwara Naik.   Shenoy has handed in her resignation to her job as DySP of Kudligi in Ballari District, after a run-in with protesters who were demonstrating against her attempt to evict encroachment of a road by a wine shop in Kudligi.   On Tuesday, Shenoy posted that she would be releasing a CD and challenged Parameshwara Naik to resign, failing which she would release the audio CD.   The CD ‘is to be watched only at midnight and not to be watched by children,’ Shenoy posted, implying that it contained language not suitable for children.   Naik, the Karnataka minister in charge of Ballari district, was allegedly responsible for having Shenoy transferred out of Kudligi some months ago. Apparently, Shenoy put a call from on hold. The transfer created a lot of stir, and under public pressure, the government reversed the transfer order. On Monday, Shenoy had taunted the minister, daring him to resign now that she had resigned her job.   With hashtag #Parameshipremaprasangabhaga 1, Anupama's updated FB post Tuesday says 'CD beke, audio beke' (want a CD or an audio clip?). This teaser post evoked curiosity about the possible clincher with which she plans to nail the minister.   Again at 7.30 Pm when her facebook fan followers demanded for releasing the audio CD, Anupama posted that the CD available with her is to be watched only “after when there are no children around.”   Meanwhile, DG