MP Shobha Karandlaje seeks action on attacker of Modi 'fan' in Kuwait


Bengaluru, May 5 (IANS): Karnataka BJP Lok Sabha member Shobha Karandlaje has sought action against an Indian Muslim in Kuwait for allegedly attacking an Indian taxi driver in the oil-rich country for reportedly praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a party official said on Tuesday.

"Action should be taken against the accused (Asi Chullikkara) from Rajapuram of Kasargode in north coastal Kerala for attacking, slapping and humiliating driver Sri Praveen in Kuwait recently for praising Modi and posting it on his social media platform Facebook," Karandlaje wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah on May 3," her spokesman D. Abhishek told IANS here.

The accused forced Praveen, a native of Kerala, to apologise for lauding Modi.

"The accused also pressurised Praveen to admit that any post appreciating Modi is an insult to the Muslim community. A video of the incident has gone viral," said Karandlaje in her letter to Shah.

Terming the attack outrageous, the Chikmagalur constituency member said the accused had to be punished for his anti-Indian act.

"We must mount pressure on the authorities in Kuwait to extradite Chullikkara and brought to India for trial," asserted Karandlaje in the letter.

 

  

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  • RAJ, Mangalore

    Wed, May 6 2020

    Madam
    Mr Pinaraye will take care of that issue. Please take care of your consistency first.This is very difficult time for your beloved people as they cant explain anyone how much stomach ache they have as they can't show others their stupidity of choosing you.Take care of gulf fans later as the law if that land never discriminate if we mind our own business.
    Someone should understand that they came to win bread in gulf and not for voting field work

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  • Sam, Oman

    Wed, May 6 2020

    Kudos to that guy, he has not given complaint to kuwait police. He just warned not to post against muslims... if he would have complained to kuwait police, that guy will be behind bars.....

    Shobhakka, give priority wat is inside india, dont bother wat happening in gulf.

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  • Ananthakrishna, Kudla

    Wed, May 6 2020

    The new rant begins.....

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, May 6 2020

    Shobakka, you need not bother whats going on in foreign countrys these small things .There are our countrys external bodys.They will lookafter this.You need to look here whats going on i n your consitutute.Here are enough and more troubles to solve.Simply need not stir Sambar from here.

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  • Rajiv Mendon, Udupi/Kuwait...

    Tue, May 5 2020

    Who is this Shoba? (why there are no flights from Kuwait to Mangalore?)

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  • Sampath, Mlore/ Blore

    Tue, May 5 2020

    When will Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi Mehul Choksi be extradited back to India. Asi Chullikkara 's offence is not as serious as that of the above named persons. Law of that country will take its own course. While the above named persons are required in India?.

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