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Online petition against DK MP Nalin Kumar Kateel!!

Published On : 12 Sep 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews network


Mangaluru: Karnataka’s Youth Congress has started has started an online petition on Change.org demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi to act against Mangaluru BJP MP Nalin Kumar Kateel for threatening a police inspector in the coastal city for performing his duty during the party’s recent bike rally.

Nalin Kumar Kateel had barged in the Mangaluru East Police Station where many BJP activists had been detained while attempting to stage a motorbike rally. The BJP MP threatened to call for a Dakshina Kannada bandh if BJP activists were not released. The entire incident was captured on camera and soon went viral on social media.


The online petition started by Karnataka Youth Congress General Secretary Suhail Kandak, who is also the chairman of 'Make A Change Foundation', demands action from the Prime Minister against the BJP MP for open threats against the police officer'.

 







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