Karnataka Minister Denies Son's Role In Bellary Car Crash That Killed Two

The car crash took place on February 10, when a speeding red Mercedes Benz allegedly driven by Ashok's son rammed into a tea stall by the roadside killing two people

Karnataka Minister Denies Son's Role In Bellary Car Crash That Killed Two

Senior police officer CK Baba told reporters that Ashok's son was not present in the car.

Bengaluru:

BJP leader and Karnataka Revenue Minister R Ashok refused to comment on the Bellary car accident, allegedly involving his son, saying that the matter was still under investigation and that they did not have anything to do with the car.

The car crash took place on February 10, when a speeding red Mercedes Benz allegedly driven by Ashok's son rammed into a tea stall by the roadside killing two people. While a 16-year-old boy Ravi died on the spot, one of the car's passengers was also killed in the accident.

"I came to know about the incident and also heard that two people have died and a few others have sustained injuries. Everybody is equal under the law. It is not fair to comment as a minister when the case is being investigated," the BJP leader told reporters on Thursday.

However, the minister avoided answering questions about his son's presence in the car and said that they had "no connection" with the car.

"The case is in the investigation stage, I don't want to comment on anything. My son's name is not present in the first information report. We have no connection with the car," he said.

Senior police officer CK Baba told reporters that Ashok's son was not present in the car.

"There was no senior BJP leader and Revenue Ministers''s son in the car. We will not hide anything and the case will be investigated," Baba said.

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