Amulya, Who Raised Pro-Pakistan Slogans, Should Not Be Given Bail: CM BSY
Karnataka chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said that the college student activist who raised slogans of Pakistan Zindabad at a rally against Citizenship Amendment Act
Bengaluru: Karnataka chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said that the college student activist who raised slogans of Pakistan Zindabad at a rally against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on Thursday in Bengaluru should not be given bail. Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi was also present at the event and tried to stop the student-activist from saying "Pakistan Zindabad."
BS Yeddiyurappa pointed out that even Amulya's father had also said that he would not protect her.The Karnataka chief Minister said that it has been proved that Amulya has contacts with naxals and should be given proper punishment.
Sometime ago, Amulya had also heckled BJP MP Mahesh Vikram Hegde asking him to sing one-day Matram. A video of the incident went viral.
This girl Amulya Leona who shocked the nation with Pakistan Zindabad slogans is the same girl who heckled Postcard News @mvmeet at Banglore airport to sing Vande Mataram,— Geetika Swami (@SwamiGeetika) February 21, 2020
Her sloganeering was not random but under meticulous tutelage of her political mentors.#AmulyaLeona #Amulya pic.twitter.com/nLVQ5fVo2x
Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai observed that Amulya Leona comes from a place where naxals have been active for a long time. She has shared a lot of posts on Facebook. We will investigate these angles as well.
Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai: Amulya (who raised 'Pakistan zindabad' slogan at anti-CAA rally yesterday) comes from a place where Naxals have been very active for a long time. She has shared a lot of posts on Facebook. We will investigate these angle as well. pic.twitter.com/L4wTuBCsid— ANI (@ANI) February 21, 2020
Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru,Bhaskar Rao, stated that they were looking at the role of the organisers of the event. He added that that the role of the Hyderabad MP, Asaduddin Owaisi does not figure anywhere as he was also an invitee.
Bhaskar Rao, Bengaluru Commissioner of Police: Case has been registered against the girl(Amulya)&others. She has been remanded to judicial custody. We are looking at role of organisers. Role of honourable MP(Asaduddin Owaisi) does not figure anywhere as he was also an invitee https://t.co/nAMF7ZfJiN pic.twitter.com/BlykO7V2bS— ANI (@ANI) February 21, 2020
Amulya Leona's father condemned her pro-Pakistan slogans and said that he did not wish to contact her. He had advised her on several occasions in vain, he added.