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Ravi’s office wears deserted look

D.K. Ravi’s Koramangala office wore a deserted look on Tuesday. Photo: K.C. Deepika

D.K. Ravi’s Koramangala office wore a deserted look on Tuesday. Photo: K.C. Deepika  

A day after the death of D.K. Ravi, Additional Commissioner of Commercial Taxes (Enforcement), his office in Koramangala wore a deserted look.

Most of the employees and colleagues visited his in-laws’ house in Nagarabhavi, where his body was kept, to pay their last respect. Those in the Koramangala office performed a ‘puja’ at the entrance which he used to use his office. Most officials were hesitant and scared to even talk about Ravi, let alone about Monday’s incident.

Ravi (36) was found dead in the bedroom of his apartment in the well-known Prestige St. John’s Wood Apartment complex in Chikka Adugodi in the city on Monday evening under mysterious circumstances.

Unlike Monday evening, when the entrance to the apartment complex was a chock-a-block with presspersons, police and Ravi's supporters, all was calm on Tuesday.

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