BJP Yuva Morcha requests police officials to take action against SDPI leader Riyaz Farangipete


Team Udayavani, Feb 9, 2021, 5:02 PM IST

Mangaluru: BJP Yuva Morcha on Tuesday, February 9 requested Superintendent of Police of Dakshina Kannada BM Laxmi Prasad and Kadri police station in-charge Savitr Tej to take strict action against SDPI leader, Riyaz Farangipete for his provocative statements.

BJP Yuva Morcha President, Sachin Raj Rai, General secretary, Jeevan, Vice President, Prakash Garodi, Maunish Chowta, Ghanshyam Attawar, Nikit Kottari, Secretary ,Jayaraj Shetty, Sunil, Charan Shetty, Prajay Kiran, Sunil Bajjodi and District Yuva Morcha member Shiv Desh Kodi were present.


	
					
											

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