The outbreak of allegedly posting derogatory material on Facebook created a stir in East Bengaluru. Due to which three people were killed. As many as 60 policemen have suffered injuries due to stone and bottle pelting. More than 100 miscreants have been arrested. It is being told that this incident is on Tuesday night. The police opened fire after violence increased. Due to which three people died. The youth who allegedly posted the material has been arrested by the city police.
Bengaluru: Man behind social media post that trigged violence arrested
According to sources, two of the three people who died have been confirmed. In which it is said that the bodies of both Wajid Khan (20) and Yasin Pasha (20) are currently kept in the mortuary of Boring Hospital. bodies will conduct Covid-19 tests and post mortems before handing them over to family members. The third person is still unknown. Arrow 2 Missile Defense System Test Successful Conducted By Israel
Kamal Pant, who is the city’s Commissioner of Police, said that 165 people have also been detained by the police on charges of rioting. When a conversation was made with the young man who posted the content, he refused to say that his social account was hacked.
State Home Minister B Bommai said that no one would be allowed to take the law into their own hands. Section 144 has been imposed in Bengaluru after the violence erupted in the city. Additional police forces have been deployed to maintain law and order. Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa said in a Twitter post that strict action is ordered against the condemnation of violence and the people taking over the law.
BJP Karnataka President and Member of Parliament Nalin Kumar Kate said in a conversation with everyone that the government is thinking about handing the case over to the CB-CID for investigation.
The investigation of the case is going on and has also called a Karnataka Congress officer for a meeting at 12 noon on Wednesday. Additional police forces have been deployed throughout the city to ensure peace and security.
Congress President of Karnataka unit DK Shivkumar said on this incident that no one is allowed to commit such violence. Neither should anyone commit such violence. Strongly condemn the stone pelting at our party MLA’s house as well as the violence against the police.