Bantwal: Yuva Vakeelara Vedike stages protests urging to suspend Punjalkatte station police

Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Dec 7: The Yuva Vakeelara Vedike staged protests in front of Bantwal court urging to suspend the personnel of Punjalkatte police alleging that the police registered a false civil case and conducted atrocities on young advocate Kuldeep Shetty.

Senior advocate Suresh Shetty said that the case was condemnable as it insulted the entire lawyer’s community.

“The police personnel who assaulted advocate Kuldeep Shetty should be suspended. Statewide protests will be held. If atrocities are conducted on lawyers, what will be the fate of ordinary citizens?” he asked. Senior lawyer K V Bhat spoke in support of him.

Senior advocates A K Rao, Suresh Poojary, Prakash Narayana Jeddu, Padmanabha Alike, Hathim Ahmed, A Mohan, Chadrashekar Rao Punchame, Vishwanath Gowda, Mohammed Kabeer Kemmara, young lawyer Malik Ansar Karaya, Mohan Kumar Kadeshwalya, Abdul Jaleel, Tulasidas Vitla, A P Monteiro, Prashanth K, Nithin, Pradeep N K, Sekeena, Madhuri, Nirmala, Shubha, Sushma, Kavyashree, Deepak, Mohammed Gazali, Mohammed Munzir, Krishna Laxminaryaya Siddakatte and several other lawyers took part in the protests.

Leader of Young Lawyers Veerendra M Siddakatte gave an introduction and compered the programme.




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