Bengaluru: 'Delhi police hesitated because of Mangaluru experience' - MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Feb 26: Rajya Sabha MP and BJP member Rajeev Chandrasekhar, has accused opposition parties of denting the morale of the policemen relating to firing incident at Mangaluru. He reasoned that the Delhi police have dithered from taking proactive steps to stop violence at Delhi because of the above experience.

"The violence at Delhi is pre-conceived. There is a need to take stringent action against it. Mangaluru had gone through similar experience on December 19, 2019," he stated. Rajeev said that after the situation turned violent at Mangaluru, the police were forced to open firing. But, he said, that the opposition parties have been holding the police guilty in this incident.

In a tweet, Rajeev Chandrasekhar said that the firing incident is now grappling with things like public interest litigations and other judicial processes. Frustrated by this development, and because of criticism by the opposition, Delhi police perhaps have hesitated from taking strict action, he stated.

 

  

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  • Shabeer Ahmed, M'lore-Dmm

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    As a BJP MP and Owner of Biased Modia Group, your response or tweet doesn't take a stand other than that of Bhakts...Delhi police's cruelty and bias are on open for everyone to see. They themselves were involved in pelting stones too. And as far as Mangaluru is concerned the hype was created by our government by imposing unwanted sections to curb the fundamental right to protest. "A democratically elected government" is the power given to the party to "govern, not to rule"...

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Yes, only difference could be which party people culminated the violence? If people were from opposition....it was easy for them to silence the protesters! In Delhi protesters were their favorite?

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  • vishnu bhat, bangalore

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    This Rajya Sabha MP is very knowledgeable! The Mangalore cops were more loyal than the queen and the Delhi ones were waiting for their master's voice.

    Stop creating excuses for incompetence and partisanship, Mr. Rajeev Chandrasekhar. Start the healing process.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    one good thing about BJP is that they have kept this man out of power in KN politics...otherwise he would be similar to fellow keralite K M George...migrant politician playing havoc with state politics and state economics...

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  • abdul samad, mangalore

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    I ONLY SAY THIS..THIS SO CALLED MP NEED URGENT TREATMENT

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Delhi police should send a team to Mangalore for a crash course on how to curb a violent riot in the bud. We are proud of Mangalore police. Thanks for keeping us safe.

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  • Patel, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Jupiter Entertainment Ventures Private Limited owns and operates media companies including Asianet News, Kannada Prabha and Suvarna News 24x7 and Republic TV run by Arnab Goswami. The company also owns radio brands Best FM and Radio Indigo.

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  • Naveen J.S., Mangaluru

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    People are fed up of Rajeev Chandrashekar's Republic tv , Suvarna news and their screaming anchors Arnab Gosamy and Ajit Hanumakkanavar .

    Day and night they are telecasting one sided news. and views So the Nation knows what is what. Hindu Muslims in Mangalore live in harmony and peace. But the media spoils their unity. Delhi police have failed in their duty.They were mute spectators. What Rajeev Chandrashekar says about Anurag Takur, Kapil Mishra, Parves and other BJP leaders? As a BJP MP he should have asked his print and electronic media to do the to be fair and unbiased.

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  • Karthik, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Very true! Police brought the situation under control in Mangalore. If they hadn't it would have been similar to Delhi riots now.

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  • Ilyas, Udupi

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    ದುಡ್ಡು ಚೆಲ್ಲಿ ಆಯ್ಕೆ ಆದಾಗ ಇಂಥದೇ ಮಾತುಗಳು ಬಾಯಿಂದ ಬರೋದು. ಜನರ ಮಧ್ಯೆ ಇದ್ದರೆ ಸಾರ್ವಜನಿಕರ ನೋವು ಗೊತ್ತಾಗುತ್ತೆ. ಐಷಾರಾಮ ಜೀವನ್ ಮಾಡುವ ಇಂಥ ಮಾನಸಿಕ ದರಿದ್ರರಿಗೆ ಏನು ಹೇಳಬೇಕು ಗೊತ್ತಾಗಲ್ಲ.

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  • RSRB, Kundapura

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Ilyas, Udupi

    Don't spit venom just because you did not like the person...

    It is hard fact that police are confused.
    If they take quick action like Mangalore, they will be blamed
    If they take delayed action like Delhi, they will be blamed.
    No one can help this "Catch 22" situation

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  • Jagdish, mumbai

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    IMPRESS MALPAREG BODAD PATERODCHI.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    in mangalore simply 144 section was imposed. 2 create violence.

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  • James, Bendur

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Delhi police publicly demonstrated that they have no powers and they act as per the orders received from the top political leaders and Sangh Parivar. The best example is JNU incident where they escorted in and out ABVP goons and still no FIR.

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  • RSRB, Kundapura

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    James, Bendur

    Please read the news carefully and respond.

    The situation being put forward is a Catch 22 situation for police.
    if they take quick action also, they will be blamed by a set of people (Mangalore)
    if they take delayed action also, they will be blamed by the same set of people (Delhi)

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  • James, Bendur

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    That itself says that they don't follow their own protocol and act based on public response. Lame excuse.

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  • RSRB, Kundapura

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    James, Bendur

    Public response?
    What about majority of public do not match with your thinking?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Delhi Police knew these Rioters were from RSS ...

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  • Dinesh Kumar Shetty, Katipalla/Mangaluru

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    No, Delhi Police didn't know that RSS people changed their religion overnight and plunged into violence

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  • J.F D SOUZA, Attavar, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    These MPs are good for nothing. Talking something and doing nothing.

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  • Zolo, Kudla

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    If mangalore muslim wanted to create bloodshed they would have done in adyar kannu protest over 4lakhs people gathered.... dont speak rubbish what stones and weapons in tempo ua talking about?

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    The Delhi police reports to the Central Government. To the Central Home Minister.

    So the Delhi Police may have copied the Gujarat model, and no Mangaluru police which reports to the state Government.

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    What we can expect from Arnob CowSwamy's boss???

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  • smr, Karkala

    Thu, Feb 27 2020

    Never in the history of India Police has seen vandalising public property. In national capital not once again and again Delhi Police has seen breaking CCTV cameras to unleash their brutality against the anti-CAA protesters.

    Lets remind that MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar that The Delhi police force personnel deployed in New Delhi’s Jaffrabad were wearing a uniform similar to the disruptive pattern camouflage of the Indian Army.
    “There are policy guidelines which prohibit paramilitary and state police forces from wearing uniforms donned by the military,”.

    Suspected Pakistani terrorists who launched a pre-dawn attack on the Pathankot air base in Punjab had come attired in army fatigues.

    In the past Army Directs Civilians And Soldier's Dependents Not To Wear military uniform . The six terrorists who attacked Pathankot Indian Air Force base wore army fatigues (dress).

    Now Delhi police is misusing the Army Uniform. In some cases wearing mask to vandalism the public property. Some are also exposed in social media for not wearing name badge that is mandatory.

    This MP should read the Supreme Court verdict that says "the moment an inflammatory remark is made, police should take action and rebuked for their lack of professionalism in controlling the violence".

    Jai Hind

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  • roger, manipal

    Wed, Feb 26 2020

    this man is the captain of the team to hate in India. he is the father figure for Arnab Goswami.

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  • moshu, mangaluru

    Wed, Feb 26 2020

    Delhi police have shown the world its brutality after Jamia , JNU and now after turning mute spectator at some places and collaborating with mob at across north east delhi. Shame on this Rajya Sabha MP for justifying the riots which has taken more than 25 lives.

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