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Udupi: BJP leaders squarely blame Congress activists for unpleasant incidents


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (HB/SP)

Udupi, Sep 11: Local MLA, K Raghupati Bhat, and BJP district president, Mattaru Ratnakar Hegde, have blamed Congress activists for forcing people to observe bandh as per the call given by their party on September 10, and held them squarely responsible for unpleasant incidents which happened here on Monday September 10.

Speaking at a press meet held at the BJP district office at Kadiyali here on Monday September 10, they claimed that the Congress activists resorted to vandalism at several places, while in some cases, the things inside the shops which were open, were thrown out. They blamed the police for becoming mute spectators in such incidents instead of extending protection to shopkeepers. "The police personnel acted like the security personnel of those indulging in destructive activities. If the police had stopped them when they indulged in forceful bandh near bus stand and Car Street here, there would have been no need for caning them later," they felt.


Raghupati Bhat

They claimed that seven to eight workers of BJP including a municipal councillor have been thrashed badly and their nature of injuries are grave. "We demand that the police should identify the attackers and register criminal cases against them. They should also be arrested and subjected to legal action. Failing compliance, BJP will be organizing strong measures of protest," they warned.

 


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  • SANJAY, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Why are you crying, Congress and JDS has done what you all were doing before .
    Hope BJP is thrown out of the ruling party in 2019.
    This shows that the Bandh was a success.

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  • anthony, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    This is typical of the BJP to attack or blame the messenger than accept the message of fuel prices hitting the ceiling and the misery it has caused to the common man.

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  • Sandesh Kanchan, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    There's no smoke without fire. In this case Andh bhakts went to ignite tensions lile they usually do. So they should thrown into jail first!!!

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Congress and other opposition parties should do politics in similar way, like BJP does. Then only they can tackle BJP!

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  • Rajesh, Mulki

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Two more terrorists killed by Modi Government today. Let's celebrate. Forget about petrol price. We elected Modi to eliminate terrorists and stone pelters. Not to reduce petrol price. That can be done by anybody. Just reduce tax. Prices will come down. What is great in this. After that, from where will government gets money to eliminate terrorists.

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  • Sandesh Kanchan, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Feku master should give you free life time petrol/diesel/gas cylinders being such a Adarsh bhakt!!!

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  • Reshmi Salian, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Our Military killed terrorists and not Modi.

    Modi agreed to share power with anti national PDP and hence Modi's desh bhakthi credentials are doubtful.

    Why did BJP agreed to share power with PDP? Now they have snapped ties with PDP but they shared power for three years.

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Another SHAKHA educated Cahddiwala Economist spotted............

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  • D'Souza, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    What about Rape Terrorists? Why Modi is not killing them?

    Congress party organised Bundh for a good cause considering the rise in fuel prices. But BJP members took to the streets in support of Asifa's rape terrorists.

    Now what you have to say?

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    'seven to eight workers of BJP including a municipal councillor have been thrashed badly'

    so the goondas must have been your own BJP party workers and got nice bamboo massage from the cops !

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  • ca girishkk, m'lore/dxb

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    If we take note of the BJP leaders behavior & protest before 2014 , now its party leaders lecture on price rise protest by Hindustani's is like - shaitan preaching gospel....!!!!

    DOMBARATA specialists....!!!!!! lol

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Being a MLA and knowing that your BJP is not in power in the State, you should have advised people to shut down and not instigate the mob. If a fish is swimming against the current and expects to achieve results, who is stupid - the fish or the water current ?

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  • Reshmi Salian, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Mr. Bhat..did you forget vandalism of churches during BJP tenure? Why you were silent on that issue? You are shedding crocodile tears and we know how much BJP love common man.

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  • Pakodawala, Mangaluru

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    I wish this man had perceived the difficulty of common man than defend his party's loot and plunder.

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  • juliana, udupi

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Avoid this by having good political relationships otherwise common man suffer.

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  • Coman man, Udupi

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Same thing happend when few religious places were vandalised in BJP on power , police were directly supporting them too with UDUPI home ministers silence.

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  • Shanthram Hegde, Koppa

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Instead of this BHATTARE please tell your guru MODI, stop looting the poor people by increasing the fuel prices and accumulate money for the forthcoming LS election by his sponsors. WHEN YOU ALL BROUGHT GAS CYLINDERS TO THE ROAD YOU THOUGHT YOU ARE DOING RIGHT TO TOPPLE OTHERS, Unfortunately now others are doing you found it is wrong!!!!!!!!

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  • Rakesh, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    If we can recall during the bandh called by BJP during the visit of Kerala CM to Mangalore ayear ago BJP supporting goons forced and threatened shop keepers to shut down and support their pritest. But yesterday the situation was not same as no one forced to shut the shops.

    If BJP threatened shop keepers during their bandh its fine. If others do the same its against the Law.

    This is what we say Indian politics.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    The Bandh was a total success because people fed up with Inflation, Unemployment & Petrol Prices ...

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  • Diva, MANGALURU

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Bandh was success only because, people are lazy in India and they are waiting for such opportunity.

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