Submitted by Editor on Mon, 2016-07-11 16:44 Bengaluru: The suicide case of DySP M K Ganapathy rocked the Karnataka Assembly on Monday, with members of the BJP trooping into the Well of the House and staging a protest against the Congress party and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. Speaker K B Koliwad requested the BJP Party leaders and also JD(S) to enable a peaceful discussion on this issue, but to no avail. The BJP’s R Ashok said that the government had termed Ganapathy as mentally ill, but the latest medical certificate issued by the doctor showed that he was mentally and physically fit. Leader of the Opposition Jagadish Shettar termed the Congress Government as shameless and stubborn. “I have not come across this kind of party in my political career. By stating that a sincere officer like Ganapathy was depressed and mentally upset, the Government wants to shuts down the case," Shettar said. He questioned how can the police officer’s family get justice when the Government and Police Department booked a suicide case under Section 174 instead of section 306 Indian Penal Code against the senior police officers A M Prasad and Pranab Mohanty, as well as K J George, District-in charge Minister, who was till recently state home minister. In one of his videos, Ganapathy accused the officers and the minister of pressuring him in one particular case. Meanwhile, the ABVP wing at Kushalnagar in Kodagu also staged a protest and demanded that George to resign as Bengaluru in charge minister.