After a series of accusations and word-wars, the hearing of the DySP MK Ganapathy suicide case will be held today at the district sessions court in Madikeri.


Ganapathy's wife Pavana and son Nehal had filed a petition against Bengaluru Development and Town Planning minister KJ George. 


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The police initially refused to file the complaint citing that the Central Bureau of Investigation had taken over the case.


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Challenging this move, Ganapathy's family filed a petition holding the minister responsible for the policeman's death.


In the hearing which will be held today, if the court instructs the police to file a First Information report (FIR) against the minister then KJ George would have to resign.


The government is likely to take a decision based on the court judgement.