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Bengaluru riots: Muslim man from Meerut announces ₹ 51 lakh bounty on Karnataka MLA RA Srinivasmurthy's nephew

 

Bengaluru riots: Muslim man from Meerut announces ₹ 51 lakh bounty on Karnataka MLA RA Srinivasmurthy's nephew


Updated Aug 15, 2020 |  
by-mubashir ahmed

A video of the Muslim man has surfaced where he said that anyone who gets him the head of Naveen, MLA R Akhanda Srinivasmurthy's nephew accused of making the derogatory Facebook post, will be given Rs 51 lakh.

Muslim man announces Rs 51 lakh for killing Naveen over Facebook post.
Muslim man announces Rs 51 lakh for killing Naveen over Facebook post. 

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • As per Bengaluru Police Commissioner, Naveen was arrested "for sharing derogatory post" on Facebook.
  • Three people were killed after the police opened fire as clashes broke out in parts of the Bengaluru.
  • The house of Congress MLA Srinivasamurthy was also attacked, as violence broke out in Bengaluru over the Facebook post.

Meerut: A Muslim leader from Uttar Pradesh’s Meerut has announced a bounty of Rs 51 lakh on the head of Naveen, the nephew of Karnataka Congress MLA R Akhanda Srinivasmurthy for his Facebook post, a Times Now expose in the connection with the Benguluru riots has revealed.

A video of the man has surfaced where he said that anyone who gets him the head of Naveen will be offered Rs 51 lakh.

Violence erupted in Bengaluru on Tuesday night over an alleged inciting social media post by Naveen. As per the Bengaluru Police Commissioner, accused Naveen was arrested "for sharing derogatory post" on Facebook. Three people were killed after the police opened fire as clashes broke out in parts of the Bengaluru.

The house of Congress MLA Srinivasamurthy was also attacked, as violence broke out in East Bengaluru over the Facebook post. Section 144 was imposed in the entire Bangalore city following the incident and will remain enforced until August 15. 

At least 110 persons accused of arson, stone-pelting and assault on the police were arrested in connection with the violence.

Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Thursday said that the Islamic radicals were behind the Bengaluru riots and an investigation will be done on whether it was the part of a larger conspiracy.

"There's an internal difference between the Congress MLA and his followers, there's a difference between him and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), these all things are coming out. Other than that, it was part of a larger conspiracy and the role of SDPI coming out at large. We have found in the video footage that people of SDPI from neighbouring regions also joined in the rioting," he said.

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