Supreme Court lawyer and Federation of Indian Fantasy Sports adviser Gopal Jain said, “Karnataka was the state where the start-up ecosystem started. Look at the message they're sending now: that we are going to attack innovation, investment, ban consumer-friendly platforms.”
The mutilated body of Mullah, 24, was found on a railway track in Belagavi district’s Khanapur taluk on September 28. His mother, Najeema Shaikh, 46, has alleged that he was killed over the inter-faith relationship.
The CAG report titled ‘Performance Audit of Management of StormWater in Bengaluru Urban Area’ showed that the shrinking of water bodies and drains has led to a loss of connectivity between the water bodies and the drains.
Discrimination against Dalits is rampant across this region. The incident at the Miyapur village was, however, different—Shivappadasara, 27, seemingly stood his ground and the issue was taken up by the police.
Arbaz's mother Najeema Shaikh, 46, has said in a police complaint that she suspects the father of the girl, with whom her son was involved, and a few persons associated with a radical right-wing group of murdering her son.
Apart from farmer unions, The All India Bank Officers’ Confederation, the All India Centre of Trade Unions, auto-rickshaw drivers and the state Congress unit have extended their support to the protest.
The boy belonged to the Dalit Channdasar community, while the five arrested people are from the upper Ganiga caste. The incident came to light when the Dalit family approached the leaders of the community saying they could not afford to pay the penalty amount.
On Saturday, Dharmendra Suratkal had, while referring to the demolition of a temple as part of a drive against illegal religious structures in Karnataka, reportedly issued the threat to the BJP leaders, saying even “Mahatma Gandhi was not spared in a bid to protect Hindus”.
Mangaluru City Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar said a complaint has been filed in Mangaluru North PS against Dharmendra, who was "expelled by the Hindu Mahasabha two years ago on grounds of objectionable behaviour".