Bengaluru: BJP MP Tejasvi Surya who had organised a cycle rally from Bengaluru to Kolar on March 27 is once again in the headlines after a video has surfaced on social media wherein the participants of the rally can be seen creating nuisance in front of a mosque and a dargah on their way to Kolar.
The participants of the rally can be seen dancing to the tunes of the ‘Jai Shri Ram’ song on the woofer and with saffron flags in their hands.
According to the reports, the video was shot outside Hussaini Makan Masjid of Kolar where the right-wing activists can be seen dancing with the Hindutva war cry playing on loudspeakers.
In another video, similar visuals can be seen in front of Shahbaz Shah Khalandar Dargah in Kolar with hundreds of Sanghparivar members dancing and creating a nuisance.
More than 300 riders took part in a 7.5-kilometer fun ride, also a part of the ‘Cycle 2 Freedom’ event to commemorate the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’.
The videos were shared by independent journalist Mohammed Irshad on Twitter.
Tejasvi Surya had organised a cycle rally from Bangalore to Kolar on March 21. When the rally reached the Hussaini Makan Masjid of Kolar the people who participated in the rally stopped and started doing this nuisance.— Mohammed Irshad H (@Shaad_Bajpe) March 29, 2022
What is the message? pic.twitter.com/9UwiZlGbEm
Sorry for the Date: It was organised on March 27.— Mohammed Irshad H (@Shaad_Bajpe) March 29, 2022
Sanghparivar members Dancing in front of Shahbaz Shah Khalander Dargah at Kolar.
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Davanagere: Two sanitation workers died after exposure to toxic air while they were cleaning a municipality drainagein Basavanakote village of Jagaluru taluk on Monday evening.
The deceased sanitation workers have been identified as Sathyappa (45) and Mailappa (42).
The duo is said to have been working without taking precautionary measures, as ordered by the panchayat development officer (PDO).
The workers were admitted to the government hospital in Arasikere on having fallen ill after breathing the toxic air of the drainage. Since their condition worsened, they were shifted to the Davanagere district government hospital, but the workers died, having failed to respond to the treatment.
The locals have blamed the government officer for the workers’ death, saying, “The sanitation workers went ahead with their work as ordered by the PDO, without any masks and gloves. The negligible attitude and lapse on the part of the PDO has caused the death of the workers.”
Bilichodu Police have filed a case in this regard and the investigation is underway.