Bengaluru: 'Amulya has Maoist links', says chief minister Yediyurappa


Mysuru, Feb 21 (IANS): Condemning Amulya Leona Noronha for shouting "Pakistan Zindabad" at an anti-CAA rally in Bengaluru, Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa on Friday alleged that the college student activist had links with Maoists.

Amulya's father Oswald Noronha, however, denied the charge and called for an inquiry into it.

"As Amulya's links with Naxalites (Maoists) were proved in an investigation by the state police, she must be punished and action will also be taken against the people behind her," Yediyurappa said at Mysuru, about 150 kms west of Bengaluru in the southern state.

Asserting that the incident (shouting pro-Pakistan slogans) was a conspiracy to disturb peace and harmony in the state, the Chief Minister said legal action would also be taken against the organisers of Thursday's anti-Citizenship Amendment Act rally.

The Hindu-Muslim-Sikh-Issai Federation organised the anti-CAA, anti-NRC (National Register of Citizens) and anti-NPR (National Population Register) rally at Freedom Park in Bengaluru.

AIMIM president and Lok Sabha MP Hyderabad Asaduddin Owaisi and leaders of different faiths participated in the event held amid security.

"Unless action is taken against organisations provoking the people to make such comments, it is not possible to control them," reiterated Yediyurappa in Kannada.

Amulya, 19, was arrested and sent to Bengaluru jail on a 14-day remand earlier in the day for interrogation and investigation into the sedition case the police filed against her suo moto after she was whisked away by the police.

Distancing himself from Amulya's pro-Pakistan slogan, her father said he did not know of his daughter's links with Maoists or any sympathy for them.

"I have no idea about her involvement with Maoists as she went to Bengaluru over a year ago for studying BA after schooling in Chikkamgaluru," Noronha told a local news channel from his home at Kaap in the southwest district, about 320 kms from Bengaluru.

 

  

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  • JL, Navi Mumbai

    Sat, Feb 22 2020

    they are putting false accusation just because they are government. as a community we need to support her. it seems the mike was intentionally put off before she could complete sentence.

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 22 2020

    Wat about a person who kept bomb in mangalore airport whoom he had links he was in RSS ........

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  • R.L, udupi/usa

    Sat, Feb 22 2020

    Mr C.M before you make comments please enquire about the reality your are the leader of the state . It doesn't look nice to comment like this.

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  • Sannu, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 21 2020

    Bengaluru: 'Amulya has Maoist links', says chief minister Yediyurappa
    C M BSY now what will you say about this student want to know ASAP Ardra Narayan says
    'Pakistan Zindabad' You even speak about the functioning about Congress now and then, so all of the Knnadigaru in Karnataka are Maoist you say, try to get the exact word what Amulya wanted to say.
    Amulya should be punished and apologies to the citizen of Karnataka State and Our Country India for what she has done please do not utter these words like Maoist and have got links with them.

    MLA of rural constituency of the district Basavaraj Mattimood's wife created a controversy by saying 'Jai Maharashtra in a programme.
    What action has been taken, is she a Maoist of Karnataka
    No she has apologies to the citizen of Karnataka for the mistake she did

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Feb 21 2020

    Kuch Bhi ...

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  • James, Bendur

    Fri, Feb 21 2020

    Most of our political leaders are real naxals who loot the country on daily basis.

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  • El En Tea, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 21 2020

    Pakisthan name was dragged for wrong reason by dirty pilitician in many vacations mostly by BJP
    It doesnt mean link with Moists.

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  • Ahmed K. C., Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 21 2020

    Links with Maoist ????
    I understand what she intended to says. but, she shouldn't have ventured into this.
    However, trial went wrong. She need to pay the price.
    And, it all left to the court of law.

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