Karnataka will be up in flames if RSS leader Prabhakar Bhat arrested, says BS Yeddyurappa


Karnataka BJP president and previous chief minister B S Yeddyurappa has also conveyed that if a superior RSS worker Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat is detained, Karnataka will go up into ablaze. Assaulting on the present Congress administration, former CM further conveyed that if the police detain Kalladka Prabhakar, the state of Karnataka will burn.

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He further warned the Karnataka administration that, if Prabhakar Bhat is detained, then the whole state will go up into ablaze. The BJP employees will be out on the streets and the Congress administration will be to blame if there is any law issue.

Yeddyurappa’s comments have not gone with the Karnataka administration. RSS worker Kalladka Prabhakar has been indicted of making inflammatory reports and causing communal aggression in coastal Karnataka.

Previous month, Karnataka forest minister Ramanath Rai had been wedged on video telling a superior police officer to detain Kalladka Prabhakar. Section 144 that had been imposed in Dakshin Kannada after 48 hours ago current communal conflicts was raised.

Violence had risen after assassinate of RSS activist Sharat Madiwala and assault on another protester Chiranjeevi who was critically wounded with a sword. On 4th July night, RSS activist Sharat Madiwala was assaulted when he was to leave home following closing his laundry shop at BC Road.

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The BJP and RSS boycotted the peace gathering by demanding that the cases next to BJP associates Nalin Kumar Kateel, Shobha Karandlaje and Kalladka Prabhakar be withdrawn.