Mohammed Nalapad apologizes in public

Team Udayavani, Jul 26, 2018, 11:30 AM IST

Bengaluru: Mohammed Nalapad, son of Congress MLA NA Haris has publicly apologized for his assault on a youth and said that he will never hurt anybody in future. 

Tending to a social occasion in his father’s constituency, Shanthinagara, Nalapad turned emotional and stated, “Before going to jail, I didn’t know anything about the problems of common and poor people. I didn’t think about water shortage. My life was luxurious with no stresses. I confronted water shortage in jail. It helped me to understand the life of common people. I will try my best to help you people in improving civic amneties.” 

He said that the days that he spent in jail had shown him a few lessons about the hardships of life. Apologizing to his grand father and father publicly, Nalapad said, “My grand father suffered a lot because of me. I caused him so much pain. I will never hurt him again.” 

It might be reviewed that the 24-year-old Nalapad was sent to jail after he allegedly assaulted Vidhwath at a pub in Bengaluru. Vidwath endured multiple injuries and is still undergoing treatment.

The incident however did not influence his father. Haris won from Shanthinagara constituency in the assembly election.

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