Students and girls used to cause unrest: Minister of the Interior of Karnataka

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The minister answered questions about two women recently arrested in separate cases for raising pro-Pakistani slogans and holding a poster titled "Kashmir Mukti (Liberation), Dalit Mukti, Muslim Mukti" during the events ,

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updated:February 22, 2020, 7:12 p.m. IST

Students and girls used to cause unrest: Minister of the Interior of Karnataka
File photo of Karnataka Interior Minister Basavaraj Bommai.

Bangalore: Karnataka's interior minister, Basavaraj Bommai, said Saturday that students and girls were used to create unrest in society, apart from the gap between beliefs, and described this as a major part of a conspiracy that was hatching across the country ,

The minister answered questions about two women – Amulya Leona and Arudra – who were recently arrested in separate cases for raising pro-Pakistani slogans at an anti-CAA event and a "Kashmir Mukti (liberation), Dalit Mukti, Muslim Mukti "had held. Poster during a counter protest in the city.

"They noticed that some new developments are taking place in the state. The same is happening across the country. This is a major part of a conspiracy where students and girls, in addition to the gap between beliefs, are particularly used to cause unrest in society." Bommai told reporters in Davangere.

While Amulya called "Pakistan Zindabad" at a rally against the Citizenship Amendment Act in the presence of AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi in the city, Arudra showed the poster on a program organized by Hindu Jagaran Vedike that called for strict measures against Amulya.

The Home Secretary said the state's existing network of "anti-national forces" would be uprooted. "There are forces who are ready to support the anti-national forces and who have made arrangements to provide legal assistance.

The girl (Amulya) had spoken about it in her (previous) video. We have taken the matter seriously. We will uproot these forces, "he added.

The minister said the state government has decided to closely monitor all of these elements. In this context, a meeting with high-ranking police officers has been called, he added.

The police, who are investigating the issue related to Amulya's pro-Pakistani slogans, have asked Imran Pasha, the corporate director of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, to find out who invited them to the event.

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