Monday, 08 August 2022

 

 

LATEST NEWS NASA's Perseverance rover grabs 12th rock sample on Mars Pankaj Tripathi credits his days as NSD student for shaping his life CWG 2022, boxing : Nikhat Zareen claims another gold three months after becoming world champion CWG 2022, Cricket : India clinch silver medal after losing to Australia by nine runs CWG 2022 : Proud of my teammates for their comeback win for bronze medal : hockey captain Savita 2nd ODI : Sikandar Raza's all-round heroics powers Zimbabwe to series win over Bangladesh Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann bats for MSP as legal guarantee Amitabh Bachchan celebrates Friendship Day by sharing first look of 'Uunchai' Chief Minister attends the Governing Council meeting of Niti Aayog at New Delhi Aryans celebrates Teej with great pomp and show Aman Arora Directs Bda To Develop Land Of Defunct Thermal Power Plant In Bathinda Adnan Sami says 'Alvida' to sweet temptations, asks celebs to join him Skin-like computing chip analyses health data with brain-mimicking AI Need for supplementary digital teaching methods: Jai Ram Thakur Punjab procures 66,666 doses of goat pox vaccine CWG 2022, cricket: New Zealand clinch bronze medal after defeating England by eight wickets CWG 2022, athletics: Eldhose Paul wins India's first triple jump gold medal; Abdulla Aboobacker bags silver Ordinary computers can match Google's quantum computer performance: Researchers Imtiaz Ali talks about his frequent collaborators, imapct of his films, and more Golf: Gaganjeet Bhullar wins Indonesia Open, bags 10th Asian Tour title CWG 2022: Savita the star as Indian women's hockey team wins bronze

 

Litterateurs urge Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to 'establish peace' in state by 'protecting' Muslims

Basavaraj Bommai, BJP, Bharatiya Janata Party, Karnataka, Bengaluru, Karnataka Chief Minister

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Bengaluru , 25 Jun 2022

In a set back to ruling BJP government, litterateurs, thinkers have written an open letter to Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai urging him to "establish peace in Karnataka by protecting Muslims".Chief Minister Bommai should have "assured protection" of Muslims in the state who are being "targeted by communal forces" again and again, the letter stated, adding. 

"The Chief Minister should have stated that Ramzan festival will be celebrated on lines with the Basavana Jayanthi. Then it would have touched hearts."The litterateurs maintained that they had tried to meet him and submit the memorandum since over a month, and they were not able to meet him. 

"Hence, it is decided to release the open letter. We have thought that it is duty to being the concerns and recommendations to bring it to your notice," the letter said."It is demanded that the police should be directed to work as per the objectives of the Constitution. 

The victims of communal forces should be getting justice, witnesses should be protected and assured of protection," it added.Going forward, the litterateurs suggested that in case of communal violence, arson, and deaths, there should be action on respective DC, district administration, police officers.

"Online and social media campaign against minorities should be monitored and controlled. The government should be vocal about condemning it and initiate action," they urged.As many as 75 litterateurs and thinkers including film maker Girish Kasaravalli, singer M.D. Pallavi, writers Vaidehi, B. Suresh, H.S. Anupama, Dr Tejaswini Niranjan and Nanjaraj Urs have expressed their concerns in the letter.

 

Tags: Basavaraj Bommai , BJP , Bharatiya Janata Party , Karnataka , Bengaluru , Karnataka Chief Minister

 

 

related news

 

 

 

Photo Gallery

 

 

Video Gallery

 

 

5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2022 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD