Babri judgement: High alert sounded in Karnataka to ensure peace and harmony

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September 30, 2020

Bengaluru, Sept 30: Karnataka Government Police authorities have sounded high alert and have intensified bandobast throughout the state as a precautionary measure in view of pronouncement of the final verdict on Babri Masjid demolition case on Wednesday.

As per the orders, taking out processions, celebrations of victory, public gathering and public address are banned in the state.

According to Police sources, sufficient forces have been deployed in vulnerable places and tight security maintained throughout. Trouble mongers will be taken into custody if they indulge in breaking law.

Kalaburagi City Police Commissioner N Satish Kumar said that the force has been alerted to be vigilant and also keep an eye on social media networks and warned the people not to create any nonsense in the social media to ensure peace and harmony.

According to a report from Belgaum, heavy bandobast has been made in the district and high alert sounded in the villages bordering Maharashtra and Goa States.

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October 20,2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 20: Karnataka's Transport Department has made helmets mandatory for all people riding on the two-wheelers and imposed a three-month suspension of driving license for non-compliance.

"As per new directives, helmets are mandatory for all two-wheeler riders who are over four years of age. State govt has imposed a 3-month suspension of driving license along with a penalty in case of violation," said State Department of Transport, Karnataka.

The state transport department has also issued a directive to strictly enforce the old rules for the safety of the riders.

As per the rule, Under the Central Motor Vehicle Act, motorcycle riders must wear a helmet. As per the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rule, all bikers in the state wearing helmets are mandatory.

This new order comes after the Supreme Court's direction to the state's Road Safety Committee to strictly enforce the mandatory helmet-wearing rule for all persons traveling on two-wheelers in the state.

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October 21,2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 21: Senior BJP Leader and former Karnataka Minister K S Eshwarappa on Wednesday urged party State President Nalin Kumar Kateel to suspend Yatnal without giving notice seeking explanation for his statement that Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa will not continue in his post for a long time as the party Central leaders have decided to remove him very soon.

Stating that the party will take disciplinary action against Yatnal, he said that "I urge Nalin Kumar Kateel to remove him (Yatnal) from the party without giving notice seeking explanation".

Talking to newsmen here, Eshwarappa alleged that he (Yatnal) attended the State working Committee meeting held recently in the city and though he (Yatnal) was also present, he did not speak anything against the Chief Minister. "But now to get cheap publicity, he is making a statement which is far from the truth. disciplinary action should be taken against him and the party will deal at the appropriate time."

Eshwarappa said that Yatnal is repeating his statement several times. However, he should have learnt by this time that repeating a false statement will not change the party's stand on what is true. There was no move to change Yediyurappa and just because Yatnal is claiming so and repeating it frequently the party's stand will not change.

Meanwhile, party State president Kateel has in a tweet stated that there is no possibility of changing Chief Minister and Yediyurappa will continue to be the head for the remaining three year period.

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October 10,2020

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Hubballi, Oct 10: With the COVID-19 disease spreading uncontrolled, former state education minister and JD(S) leader Basavaraj Horatti urged the state government to declare the current academic year as an examination free year.

Speaking at an election campaign for the JD(S) Candidate Shivashankar Channappa Kallura for the ensuing Karnataka Legislative Council election from the graduates constituency here today, he said that more than 100 teachers have succumbed to the pandemic in the state.

Opening of the schools might result in exposing both the teachers and students community to the pandemic, the JD(S) leader said added, "There is a need to tread a cautious step before opening up of schools in the state."

The JD(S) leader had also charged that the state government was doing nothing to generate jobs, as the number of unemployment among the graduates is surging in the state.

He said that his party will fight the election on the basis of its achievements and hoped it would emerge victorious.

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