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DJ Halli violence: K’taka Muslim clerics meet CM, demand judicial probe


Team Udayavani, Sep 16, 2020, 12:03 PM IST

Bengaluru: A team of Karnataka Muslim clerics on Tuesday, September 15 met Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa and demanded him to order an independent judicial inquiry commission to probe into the D.J. Halli violence.

The team led by the Muslim clergymen Ameer-E-Shariat Karnataka, Moulana Sageer Ahmed submitted a memorandum to Yediyurappa and appealed to him that the state government should also act resiliently on those tried to spread communal hate by posting indecent messages on social media platforms.

The memorandum submitted by the Muslim clergymen stated that the main idea of seeking an independent judicial commission is to know the real truth as to who instigated P. Naveen, nephew of Congress MLA Srinivasamurthy, to post such posts.

“The community strongly suspects this entire episode is orchestrated by someone who is hiding behind Naveen, who wanted to disturb the communal peace in the state. Invocation draconian Unlawful Activates (Prevention) Act (UAPA) would ruin the entire life of innocents, hence the state should not invoke this act in a hurried manner,” the memorandum read.

The note also added that the state government should take stringent action against all those spreading religious hate using social media platforms.

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