Bengaluru, Sep 12, 2016: Violence-hit Karnataka seeks extra central forces. Violence-hit Karnataka on Monday sought further safety forces from the Union Government to keep up peace throughout festivals after indignant protests and violence rocked Bengaluru and Mysuru over the Supreme Court’s newest order to launch extra Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu.
Violence-hit Karnataka seeks extra central forces.
“Although the scenario is beneath management, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah urged Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to hurry further forces to the state in view of Bakrid and Onam festivals and immersion of idols on the 10th day of the Ganesha competition this week,” mentioned an official assertion right here.
In a telephonic dialog, the chief minister additionally briefed Rajnath Singh in regards to the uneasy state of affairs within the state’s southern area after reviews of Kannadigas have been assaulted in Chennai and automobiles bearing Karnataka registration numbers attacked in Tamil Nadu as Violence-hit Karnataka seeks extra central forces.
“Singh has responded positively to the chief minister’s request to right away rush extra forces to the state as a precautionary measure,” added the assertion.
In a associated growth, Siddaramaiah urged his Tamil Nadu counterpart J. Jayalalithaa to make sure the protection of Kannadigas residing in Chennai and different components of her state and safety of their property when Violence-hit Karnataka seeks extra central forces.
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