Flash protest: PFI, SDPI, CFI activists booked for unlawful assembly


Team Udayavani, Dec 27, 2019, 10:41 AM IST

Bantwal: Bantwal police on Thursday, December 26 booked 30 persons for unlawful assembly and staging a flash protest without permission at Kaikamba here.

On Thursday evening, activists of PFI, CFI and SDPI organizations staged a protest here leading to traffic chaos here. Upon getting information, the Bantwal police rushed to the spot and asked the activists to disperse from the spot. As they did not oblige, the police warned them of legal action and managed to send them away peacefully.

CFI Bantwal president Fahad, SDPI activist Isaac Shantiangady, Nausheer and Ashraf led the protests using loudspeakers, said the police

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