1. He is trying to teach me the law, says KPCC women’s president Laxmi Hebbalkar

He is trying to teach me the law, says KPCC women’s president Laxmi Hebbalkar

As the conversation transpires it is understood that Uddappa Kattikar was simply following the orders of Deputy Commissioner N. Jayaram.

By: | Updated: July 18, 2016 2:03 PM
congress-PTi-L KPCC women’s president Laxmi Hebbalkar frowns at CCIB sub inspector Uddappa Kattikar in a released telephonic conversation. (PTI)

Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president of the women’s wing Laxmi Hebbalkar just increased problems for herself when sub inspector of the City Crime Investigation Bureau (CCIB), Uddappa Kattikar released recorded telephonic conversation between him and the congress leader.

As the conversation transpires it is understood that Uddappa Kattikar was simply following the orders of Deputy Commissioner N. Jayaram who had given clear instructions to the subordinates not to allow passage of trucks with or without permit from 6 p.m onwards as a measure to curb illegal sand trade in the area.

Below is the full transcript of the recorded telephonic conversation between Laxmi Hebbalkar (LB) and Uddappa Kattikar (UK) as released by Uddappa Kattikar to various media outlets.

LB: Why did you stop the lorries despite them having passes?

UK: Nobody showed me their pass. I have orders from DC and based on that I seized them. You ask the DC, I have given a complaint after seizure. You ask him, let him take the necessary action.

LB: Your action as a PSI is bringing bad name to our government

UK: I am discharging my duty, I dont have the intention to bring disrepute to anyone.

LB: It’s because of officers like you that our government is earning a bad name.

UK: Madam, you’ve missunderstood . I am not bringing bad name to anyone, I am just doing my duty.

LB: No, no, come meet me. Where are you now?

UK: Why should I come and meet you mam? Why should I?

LB: Will you go ahead filing cases against people as per your will?

UK: See, it’s my duty to file cases against offenders.

LB: Do you go around taking law into your own?

UK: Law is not in anybody’s hands. I am only here to enforce it.

LB: He is trying to teach me about law

UK: I am not trying to teach anybody mam, you have misunderstood me

LB: I haven’t misunderstood you. I will have the necessary person talk to you.

UK: Ok ok, you do that, I will do my duty.

LB: Everybody knows what duty you are discharging. You are stopping trucks with passes. What if something happens?

UK: See madam, they should have furnished the pass. They should have followed DC’s orders.

LB: What DC order? Do you have it in writing?

UK: See, not just writing. Even oral instructions are instructions we should follow

LB: Why did you let go 5627?

UK: Even if it is oral instruction, it is important

LB: What oral instruction?

UK: Even if it is oral instruction, it is important

LB: What oral instruction?

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