Several Congress leaders from Karnataka had been detained, together with Congress President Dinesh Gundu Rao and Leader of Opposition Siddaramaiah, who went on a avenue demonstration on Saturday towards the alleged misuse of the police division by the BJP authorities in Karnataka. These leaders had been finishing up protest marches until the workplace of Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, when the police stopped them on the way in which.
Meanwhile, Rao and Bangalore Rural MP DK Suresh jumped from the barricades arrange by the police and marched in direction of the Chief Minister's residence. However, the police intercepted them and took them into custody.
Police division accused of misuse
The Congress, the primary opposition celebration within the state, accused the state authorities of misusing the police division to register circumstances towards these opposing the BJP and its 'divisive insurance policies'. <! –
Congress leaders took out a march towards it. This march began from the Gandhi statue on Race Course Road, inflicting site visitors jams within the metropolis. The police additionally detained former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah who was concerned on this march.
No proper to remove our rights
Siddaramaiah termed the police motion as undemocratic, saying, "The police has no right to suppress us or take away our rights." He alleged that regardless of 'indecent and soiled language and anti-national remarks' by BJP employees, the police shouldn’t be taking any motion towards them.
What is the matter
In truth, the state Congress organized a protest towards a sedition case filed towards a college in Bidar and the arrest of the varsity headmistress and the mom of a kid (now on bail) within the case. The college had a drama towards youngsters towards the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), which allegedly tarnished the picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In the identical case, the police detained these two ladies. However, each of the courtroom orders have now acquired bail.
Earlier, the bail petition was heard on 11 February. After which the courtroom adjourned the case until 14 February. Advocate BT Venkatesh, showing for the accused ladies, had argued that this was a politically motivated case and the way two ladies residing in a small city like Bidar might turn into a risk to the state. He mentioned that no disturbance was created by elevating slogans within the play.