Attack on Bajrang Dal activist: Three held


Team Udayavani, Jan 10, 2023, 4:22 PM IST

Sagara: The city police have arrested three persons for attacking a Bajrang Dal activist.

The arrested have been identified as Sameer, Imiyaan, and Musoor.

Sunil, the outfit member, had taken part in a program organized by the right-wing organization ‘Bajarang Dal’ on Sunday in the town, they said.

Shivamogga Superintendent of Police G K Mithun Kumar said Sameer attempted to attack the activist near a shop where he had come on a motorbike.

Sunil came out unscathed and later lodged a complaint with the police, who registered a case.

It is gathered that Sunil used to tease Sameer’s sister for the last few months, irked by he stabbed the Bajrang Dal activist.

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