Submitted by alvin on Sat, 2016-07-09 13:02 Bengaluru: Amidst police’s claim that deceased DySP MK Ganapathy’s father Kushalappa had “given a written complaint” to them, the latter has outrightly denied it.Kushalappa told mediapersons that he did not write any complaint instead he just signed where the police asked him to do so. “The complaint was already written and he did not read it before putting his signature on it,” he stated.Kushalappa’s statement is quite contradictory to what IGP BK Singh had claimed in front of mediapersons on Friday. It may be recalled here that the police officer had read out the complaint which he claimed was written by Kushalappa. The complaint stated that Ganapathi was depressed over family issues hence he ended his life. However, with Kushalappa now denying writing any complaint, the question now arises to who wrote the complaint.Meanwhie, Ganapathi’s brother MK Thammaiah, who is also a DySP in Ramanagara district, told mediapersons that his brother was suffering from severe depression. When asked about the allegations he made against senior police officers and minister George, Thammaiah clearly stated that those allegations were his “imagination”. “We, family members, knew that he was under severe depression. He was treated at MS Ramaiah Hospital and other places. His allegations were his imagination nothing more than that,” said Thammaiah.However, Ganapathy’s wife Pavana said that his declaration before the media was true.Meanwhile, the CID sleuths investigating the case have urged the people to share any information – if they have – about the deceased officer with them to expedite the investigation.