Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s government has again come to the rescue of minorities. One such allegation has now been heard that the Hindu-Muslim division is being done by the Siddaramaiah government by withdrawing communal violence cases against muslims only
The Siddaramaiah government has decided to give clean chit to the minorities involved in communal riots. The letter has been written to seek withdrawal of cases by prosecution.
The state government has sought anticipation of withdrawal of cases registered in 20 districts, Belgaum and Mangalore Commissionerate in 5 years. It is to be notes that earlier The government has tried to put a case on Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat, popular hindu leader ,however that is being put on hold.
Karnataka Police DG office asks Commissioners and SPs to give information to withdraw all communal clashes cases against Minorities. Siddaramaiah s appeasement Policy. Shame on you @siddaramaiah pic.twitter.com/UKuf1TWHWQ
— Girish Bharadwaja (@Girishvhp) January 25, 2018
As soon as he came to power and in a controversial decision, the State Cabinet had withdrawn 175 cases filed against 1,614 persons relating to the communal violence in districts of Mysuru in 2009 and Shivamogga and Hassan in 2010.
All activists belonged to pro-Muslim organisations Popular Front of India (PFI) and Karnataka Forum for Dignity (KFD), and were booked for rioting in different parts of the state.