Mangaluru: Graffiti row – DYFI urges miscreants behind act to be arrested soon


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Nov 27: Graffiti on the wall of an apartment in the city in support of terrorist organizations, is holding a mirror to administrative failure of BJP government, stated DYFI state president Muneer Katipalla.

In his statement, Muneer stated that the pro-Taliban slogans appearing on the walls of the apartment is very dangerous development. This has triggered panic among the residents in the city and created a room for rumours. Such miscreant acts are spoiling the peace in society and depict the failure of BJP's administration in the state. Such miscreants should be arrested very soon and reveal the intention behind miscreant acts.

Such miscreant acts within a few meters away from the police station have paved the way for several doubts. It also portrays the failure of policing. It may be also an effort to disrupt the peace of Mangaluru city which is communally sensitive. It may efforts to provoke people during times of pandemic distress. After the BJP government came to power, the administration has missed the track. Law and order disrupted. Criminal activities are rampant.

The police department should arrest the culprits very soon and reveal the intention behind the miscreant act. If the police department failed to arrest the miscreants DYFI will hold a protest in front of the police station, Muneer stated.

  

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