Investigation into the Gauri Lankesh murder case has thrown up another revelation: Around half-a-dozen men, including a Maharashtra-based doctor, had undergone firearms training in an agricultural field at Jamboti village near the forest area of Belagavi district, Karnataka.
The field is owned by Bharat Kurne, the 12th accused in the case. Kurne, 37, was arrested last week and is currently in the Special Investigation Team (SIT) custody. He had reportedly allowed his field to be converted into a firing range, where shooters were trained to handle different weapons.
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During investigation, SIT sleuths learnt that the main trainer was Rajesh Bangera, who was arrested in Madikeri last month. Bangera was the personal assistant of a local politician.