BJP Leader Murder: Ruckus over BJP leader's murder in Karnataka, protesters on the road

Publish Date: 28 Jul, 2022 |

There was a ruckus after the murder of BJYM worker Praveen Nettaru in Bellare, Dakshina Kannada. Thousands of protesters targeted the car of MP Nalin Kumar from Dakshina Kannada and waved it like a wind. Tension prevailed at many places on Wednesday after this incident. There have been reports of stone-pelting and police lathi-charge at many places.

Allegations on Kerala Government

In protest against the murder, a bandh has been kept in Bellare, Puttur, Sulya, Kadaba today. Hindu organizations have suspected the involvement of PFI and SDPI in the murder. Union Minister Prahlad Joshi has alleged that the Kerala government is promoting organisations like PFI and SDPI. At the same time, Congress is encouraging them in Karnataka. Our state government will control them, and action will be taken against the culprits. Joshi said that initial reports and some media reports have said that PFI and SDPI are behind the murder. 

CM comment on the matter

According to the information received from the police, BJP Yuva Morcha official Praveen Netaru used to run a poultry shop in Bellary. When he was returning home after closing the shop in the night, three assailants who came on a bike from behind attacked him with an axe. The reason for the murder is yet to be ascertained. 

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has also expressed grief over this incident and assured that the killers who carried out this incident would be arrested soon. Also, they will be given strict punishment under the law. The State Home Minister said that the search is on for the accused. Suspicions are being raised that the accused have fled to Kerala after carrying out the murder. He said that the investigation is also going on whether this murder is politically motivated or not.


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