The Congress on Wednesday hit out on the BJP authorities in Karnataka over the violence in Bengaluru during which three individuals have been killed after police opened hearth to quell a mob that went on a rampage irked over a social media put up, and stated it was a “full failure of regulation and order equipment”.
Scores, together with round 50 policemen, have been injured within the violence that erupted on Tuesday evening and continued until the early hours of Wednesday, apparently triggered by the web put up.
Bengaluru violence, riots and arson are “reprehensible, condemnable and unacceptable”, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala stated.
“It’s full failure of regulation and order equipment and rule of regulation. Was (BS) Yediyurappa authorities sleeping or ready for violence to occur?” Mr Surjewala stated in a tweet.
“Why did police not act in time? Who’s accountable for three deaths?” he requested.
Congress basic secretary in-charge organisation, KC Venugopal, stated the violence in Bengaluru is “unlucky and condemnable”.
“Strict motion ought to be taken in opposition to these behind the derogatory put up and people who indulged in rioting,” he stated on Twitter.
“Taking regulation into their fingers and destroying public property should not be tolerated. Let peace prevail and let regulation take its course,” Mr Venugopal stated.
Three individuals have been killed after police opened hearth to quell a mob that went on a rampage in a Bengaluru locality irked over a social media put up allegedly put out by a Congress legislator’s relative.