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Bengaluru: Two naxals to join mainstream on December 2


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Dec 1: Two naxal leaders, who face a number of cases in different police stations in Udupi and Chikmagalur districts will be joining the mainstream on Tuesday December 2. This was announced by Citizens Forum for Peace in Bengaluru.

The forum said that Noor Zulfikar, from Chitradurga district and Sirimane Nagaraj from Sringeri in Chikmagalur distrit will be meeting the forum members on Tuesday at 10 am. Thereafter, they will hold a press conference at Bangalore Press Club in the presence of journalist, Gouri Lankesh and freedom fighter, H S Doreswamy.

Both the naxals will then be taken to Chikmagalur to be handed over to the police to follow legal procedures. Sirimane Nagaraj has one case each in Ajekar and Hebri police stations while Zulfikar faces four cases in different poice stations of Chikmagalur and Udupi districts.

The forum said that the two will then get bail as per law and according to the promise made by the government. The forum added that the chief minister has assured of withdrawing two cases standing against Sirimane Nagaraj during the next cabinet meeting, and to take up the issue relating to the withdrawal of cases filed under Arms Act against Zulfikar.


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