The Karnataka High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the state and Central governments following a PIL questioning the 2019 notification of granting exemption to Kodavas and Jamma landholders in Kodagu district from the requirement to obtain a licence to carry and possess firearms under the provisions of the Indian Arms Act, 1959.
The Bengaluru police have submitted the chargesheet to the court in the assault and gangrape case of a woman from Bangladesh, five weeks after the incident came to light. The 1,019-page chargesheet, which has named 12 persons as accused, has been submitted to the court, confirmed Bengaluru City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant.
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