The ABVP activists, who had protested at the college till 12.30 am on Saturday, continued the protests on Sunday . Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC) condemns attempts by hindutva radicals extraconstitutional acts of violence against Christian Institution
BENGALURU: Following Saturday’s incident where anti-India and anti-Indian Army slogans were shouted during an event at United Theological College on Millers Road, more than 50 activists of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) protested in front of the college on Sunday. As they tried to barge into the college, around 30 activists were detained and released by the police. The ABVP activists, who had protested at the college till 12.30 am on Saturday, continued the protests on Sunday noon. They demanded the immediate arrest of those who raised anti-India slogans during the event – ‘Broken Families’ – organised by the Amnesty International India.The activists, who painted the college name board black, tried to storm into the college around 2 pm, shouting slogans against the organisers, participants and college authorities.
Bangalore, Dec 18, 2012
The Vacation Bench of the High Court on Tuesday issued notices to the chief minister, the chief secretary, the DG & IG and the Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) in relation to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) petition.