Amit Shah pulls up K’taka Home Minister over recent BJP leader's murder case

As per the reports, Shah also questioned the party leadership in Karnataka how they could miss reading the pulse of the karyakatas and allow so much anger to go unaddressed.

NewsBharati    05-Aug-2022 14:42:26 PM
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Bengaluru, August 05: Union Minister Amit Shah who earlier was on his visit to Bengaluru, reportedly pulled up the state home department and minister Araga Jnanendra over the BJP Yuva Morcha (BJYM) worker Praveen Nettaru’s murder case. Apart from Janaendra, he also pulled up BJP state president Nalinkumar Kateel, as the three murders took place in his LS constituency, Dakshina Kannada,
 
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As per the reports, Shah also questioned the party leadership in Karnataka how they could miss reading the pulse of the karyakatas and allow so much anger to go unaddressed.
 
Shah also sought information on the requests for the National Investigation Agency (NIA) probe into BJP Yuva Morcha (BJYM) worker Praveen Nettaru’s murder on July 26 in Bellare in Dakshina Kannada district.
 
 
 
“(We) cannot share everything in front of you but he has sought detailed information. Instead of saying that he (Shah) demanded an explanation, we can say that he sought information,” Jnanendra said, refusing to divulge more from the meeting.
 
 
Three murders between July 19 to 28 in the communally sensitive coastal region of the state rocked Karnataka last month.
 
Nettaru’s murder led to a massive outrage by the BJP’s youth wing against its party and government, demanding that Jnanendra and Karnataka chief minister Basavaraj Bommai be replaced for not doing enough to provide security to its people.