Mangaluru, Dec 6: Kavoor police registered a case against posting an audio of a statement in social media against Congress leader and former Union minister Janardhan Poojary.
Following a complaint from Brahmashri Narayana Guru Samaj Seva Sangha president Chandrashekar Kumar of Kavoor, the police registered the case. A delegation led by Chandrashekar submitted a complaint to the Deputy Commissioner and the Police Commissioner. Another delegation led by former MLA JR Lobo and Vijay Kumar Shetty met the Police Commissioner separately and submitted its memorandum. After receiving the memorandum, the Police Commissioner promised of registering a case, forming a team and investigating the issue. Based on his promise, a case has been registered by evening.
While speaking to reporters during a programme at Kudroli Gokarnanatheshwara temple on December 2, Janardhana Poojary spoke in favour of constructing Ram Mandir. In view of this, a stranger has posted a statement in social media saying that ‘Janardhana Poojary should be banished and encountered’ and that video has gone viral. Various organizations raised voice against the person who posted that statement. Now, the police have booked a case.
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Bengaluru: In a tragic incident, four persons of a family charred to death when a car they were traveling in caught fire after it rammed into a roadside building at Channarayanapattana near Hassan.
Vivek Nayak of Bengaluru, his wife Reshma Nayak and their two kids were killed on the spot. The incident occurred when Vivek Nayak was travelling from Bengaluru to Hassan along with his family members.