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Karnataka: Outrage after viral video shot on Eid describes Kavalande as ‘Chota Pakistan’, CM Bommai calls for probe

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai stated he’ll ask the superintendent of police there to look into the matter and take vital motion

Screengrab from the viral video

Amid studies of a number of incidents of communal violence and clashes from components of the nation, a video purportedly describing the Kavalande space in Nanjangud taluk of Karnataka’s Mysuru district as “Chota Pakistan” has gone viral on social media, triggering outrage.

Viral Video

The video is claimed to have been shot on Eid-Ul-Fitr, which was on Tuesday, in response to PTI.

It reveals a big group of Muslim males, most likely returning or standing on the roadside after providing prayers. They may be heard shouting “Naara E Takbeer Allahu Akbar”. Soon after police and a few individuals may be seen asking the gang to disperse.

Following this, the individual recording the video may be heard saying, “…look at the gathering at our village”, to which one other individual most likely with him may be heard saying “Yeh bi Pakistan hain, Chota” (that is mini Pakistan). Then, the individual recording the video says “Kavalande bhole tho Chota Pakistan, theek hain” (Kavalande means mini Pakistan).

CM Bommai calls for motion

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Thursday stated he’ll ask the superintendent of police there to look into the matter and take vital motion.

“I will speak to the SP, to look into it and take action,” Bommai informed reporters in response to a query concerning the incident.

Sharing the video, columnist and orator Chakravarty Sulibele, who’s related to YuvaBrigade and NamoBrigade, in a tweet on Wednesday stated, “Muslims took a procession yesterday in a village Kaulande (Kavalande) of Mysuru. Just listen to the ‘bhaijan’ who shot the video saying this is mini Pakistan!! Volcano erupting?”

This comes days after rigidity gripped Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s hometown Jodhpur hours earlier than Eid, prompting the authorities to droop cellular web providers and impose a curfew in 10 police station areas of town. There was agitation over placing up non secular flags on the Jalori gate circle in Jodhpur, which led to stone-pelting through which few policemen had been injured.

Before this, a number of incidents had been studies throughout the Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti celebrations.

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