Violence has killed two people during violent demonstrations in Mangaluru, Karnataka against the Citizenship Amendment Act applicable in the country. In this regard, Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai has said that some people from the neighboring state of Kerala are involved in this incident. He also said that these people were planning all this for the last four days. Regarding the violence in Mangalore, Basarwaj Bommai said, ‘Some traitors caused the violence in Mangalore. This includes some people from the neighboring state of Kerala. These people were planning it for the last four days. These demonstrations are happening due to misunderstanding.
Regarding the violence in Mangalore, Basarwaj Bommai said, ‘Some traitors caused the violence in Mangalore.
Some mischievous elements are misleading people. Some protesters were going to burn Mangalore North Police Station on Thursday, only after that the police opened fire. According to the police, 20 policemen were injured in violent clashes during the protest against the CAA in Mangaluru. Two civilians were seriously injured, who later died. Left parties and Muslim organizations also staged protests in Kalaburgi, Karnataka. Police have arrested 20 protesters here. Mangaluru Police Commissioner PS Harsha said that the curfew has been extended till 22 December in the entire Mangaluru City Commissionerate. Apart from this, Deputy Commissioner of South Karnataka Sindhu B. Rupesh has declared a holiday on Friday in all schools and colleges under Mangalore Municipal Corporation.