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B’luru violence: State govt mulls to recover damage costs from rioters


Team Udayavani, Aug 17, 2020, 2:34 PM IST

Bengaluru: Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday, August 17 said that the state government would recover the prices of the assets destroyed in the Bengaluru riots from the culprits

In a series of tweets, the CM informed, “Our government has decided to assess the damages caused to public and private property in the violent incidents in KG Halli and DG Halli and recover the costs from the culprits. We will approach Hon’ble High Court for the appointment of Claim Commissioner as per Hon’ble Supreme Court order.”

“Stringent action has been initiated against the culprits of DJ Halli and KG Halli violent incidents including invoking of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act – UAPA Act,” he added.

“A Special Investigation Team has already been formed to conduct a detailed investigation in the matter and a team of three special prosecutors will be appointed for speedy trial of the cases. SIT will consider invoking Goonda Act if warranted,” said BSY.

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