Another person allegedly involved in the Bengaluru violence has died. Bengaluru Police Commissioner Kamal Pant said that the man accused of violence suffered a stomach injury and was found to be Corona positive. With this, the death toll in Bengaluru violence has increased to four. Let us know that in the violence on the night of August 11, the first three people died in the police firing. On the other hand, the investigation committee of the Karnataka unit of the Congress has demanded a judicial inquiry into the matter under the supervision of the High Court citing the failure of the Home Department and the police in the case.
Police said the accused Syed Nadeem was in jail since August 12. After a chest pain last night, he was rushed to Bowering Hospital where he died. He was possibly hurt by a solid object in his stomach. Police also said that he was also confirmed to be infected with the corona. Syed Nadeem (24) was arrested on 12 August in connection with the violence in Devra Jeevanhalli. On the other hand, the Karnataka Congress has said that the state Home Minister is blaming the Congress for allegedly failing to stop the violence.
It is noteworthy that the state Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai had alleged that the violence took place due to the internal stalemate of the Congress and the conspiracy of the SDPI. The Editors Guild of India on Thursday strongly condemned the separate incidents of attacks on journalists in Delhi and Bangalore. Also demanded to take action against the culprits in both the cases. Three journalists were allegedly attacked in Delhi when they visited the neighborhood of North Ghonda in north-east Delhi on 11 August for a report in the context of the recent communal riots.