Inquiry demanded into Pakistan flag incident

BANGALORE: State Youth Congress (I) Committee members have urged Governor H R Bhardwaj to intervene into the incident of hoisting the Pakistan flag in Sindhagi town by members of Sangh Pariwar

Published: 10th January 2012 03:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:12 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: State Youth Congress (I) Committee members have urged Governor H R Bhardwaj to intervene into the incident of hoisting the Pakistan flag in Sindhagi town by members of Sangh Pariwar and order for an impartial inquiry to pin down the culprits.

Speaking to Express, KPYCC president Rizwan Arshad informed here on Monday, that a delegation of the youth workers met the Governor at the Raj Bhavan on Monday and presented a memorandum seeking impartial inquiry into the incident.

Informing that hoisting the incident created communal tension in Bijapur district, the Congress leader said that it was designed to fan communal clash by targeting the Minorities and reap political benefit out of it.

The culprits who hatched the conspiracy also staged protests and indulged in violence and this can not be wished away by the police by registering just a simple FIR, he said.

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