Karnataka CM Withdraws Criminal Cases against Hinduvta Outfits
GCIC demands investigation into the withdrawal of criminal cases agaisnt Hindu Jagaran Vedike and other Hinduvta outfits.
"The radicals attack the minority community with impunity and these withdrawal of the cases after the Cabinet meeting of the Karnataka will embolden the extremists to continue thier reign of terror and get away scot free. This is a gross travesty of justice." according to Sajan K George, national president GCIC
B S Yeddyurappa has decided to withdraw criminal cases registered against activists associated with Hindu Jagaran Vedike and other Hindutva outfits in several parts of the State.
A state cabinet meeting presided by Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa has decided to withdraw cases registered against activists of the Hindu Jagaran Vedike and other Hindutva outfits in Bangalore, Shimoga, Udupi and other districts.
The cases against activists of the Hindu Jagaran Vedike and other Hindutva outfits were registered in the years 2002, 2003 and 2004
Home Minister Dr V S Acharya said the previous Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) governments had registered cases against activists and Hindutva organiations during various political agitations.
The Cabinet has decided to withdraw cases against activist and organisations as there was no damage to public properties, Dr Acharya explained.
A few cases registered against individuals at Sindhagi, Koppal, Humnabad, Haveri and Hanagal police stations have also been withdrawn.