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Derogatory comments about Hindu Goddess on Facebook sparks outrage

Published On : 01 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Karavali Sanskrithika Parishad activists along with BJP leader and Former ZP Vice President Sathish Kumpala submitted a memorandum to Police Commissioner Chandrasekhar on August 30, Tuesday, seeking action against a person for his indecent face book post and demanding the arrest of the accused.

The comment was posted on August 29 by Jabbar from B C Road. He posted some derogatory comments about Hindu Goddess and some leaders .

Commissioner said that action would be taken on those who misuse the social media for posting any such comments.







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