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Sanatan Sanstha on Friday shunned the reports of being involved in killing of journalist Gauri Lankesh.
Sanatan Sanstha in a statement said that false news that its activists are involved in the killing of Gauri Lankesh are being spread with the assistance of few media houses.
"This is nothing but an attempt being made by anti-Sanatan and anti-Hindu elements to deviate the investigation," Chetan Rajhans, Sanatan Sanstha's spokesperson said.
Rajhans informed that on this issue, the role of Sanatan Sanstha will be informed to the media shortly through a press conference.
This comes after the murder of 55-year-old senior journalist, who was shot dead on September 5, evening at her residence in Bengaluru's Rajarajeshwari Nagar by some unidentified assailants.
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