Bangalore Violence: Now the NIA has taken command

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New Delhi. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday took command of two cases of violence in Bangalore following directions from the home ministry. An NIA spokesman said the anti-terrorism agency had registered two cases of arson and violence on Monday. The two cases are related to the August 11 violence between miscreants at the DJ Holy and KG Holy police stations in Bangalore City.

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The official said both the cases were related to the Public Property Act, Karnataka’s Prevention of Destruction and Property Damage Act. Apart from these, on August 12, Karnataka police filed two cases. We tell you that on August 11, violence broke out in front of the house of Congress MLA Akhand Srinivas Murthy (Pulkeshi Nagar constituency) in Kavalbaresendra area of ​​Bangalore city. People in a community are protesting after an insulting social media post about Nabi, accusing the Congress MLA’s niece.

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Following this Facebook post, SDPI state secretary Muzammil Pasha held a meeting to instruct PFI / SDPI members to incite the masses and incite violence, followed by DJ Holly, KG Holly and the Pulkeshi urban area where violence spread. The mob attacked the two police stations and destroyed the police station property, including government and private vehicles.

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Three young men were killed in police firing to disperse the crowd. An NIA team led by an IG rank officer is camping in Bangalore to investigate the cases.

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