A wide row of controversy erupted after, a shocking anti-national video, in which a group of Muslim people were seen declaring their village Kavalande in Namjangud taluk of Mysuru district as "Chota Pakistan", has gone viral on the social media platform. It is being said, that the video has been shot on Eid al-Fitr.
In a viral video, a large group of Muslim men were seen occupying public roads after offering the Namaz on the day of the festival. The Muslim mob can be heard chanting the slogans of “Allahu Akbar” and “Naara e Takbeer”. The police were also heard asking the crowd to disperse. Moreover, police were also heard asking the crowd to disperse.
Amid that, the person who is recording the video can be heard saying, "look at the gathering at our village," to which another person who was speaking in Urdu can be heard saying," Yeh bi Pakistan hain, Chota” (This is mini Pakistan). Then, the person recording the video says “Kavalande bhole tho Chota Pakistan, theek hain” (Kavalande means mini Pakistan).
Reacting to the controversy, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said he will ask the Superintendent of Police there to look into the matter and take necessary action. “I will speak to the SP, to look into it and take action,” Bommai told reporters.