The Court said the investigation must be taken to its logical conclusion and investigation report must be submitted to the court in a sealed cover.
“Thousands assemble without masks. You want a red carpet for offenders and you don’t want to take action against them. Now you want to compound the offences.
On March 22, the commission will hold a public hearing with community representatives, after which they will hold consultations with people in various districts.
First victory, says seer; BSY assures appropriate action after commission, panel submit report
The order was passed after the government informed the court that the BBMP has collected fine of Rs 10,000 from Amaresha Nagur of Bagalkot, who is the organiser of the rally.
The protest by Lingayat Panchamasali community activists continued at Freedom Park on Thursday, but the indefinite hunger strike they had planned has been put off.
Meanwhile, religious heads of the Vokkaliga community met in Bengaluru on Monday evening and discussed the issue of reservation for the community.
He said many from the Panchamasalis will join the hunger strike.
The government is said to be trying to contain the situation and stop the agitation before the seer goes on a hunger strike.
Bearing the brunt of this intensified agitation is Yediyurappa’s image of the undisputed Lingayat leader.
The Panchamasali Lingayats, who are demanding reservation under 2A category, held a massive rally in Bengaluru on Sunday.
Traffic was thrown out of gear as thousands of people, who attended the Panchamasali Lingayat convention at Palace Grounds, attempted to march towards Vidhana Soudha, on Sunday.
Yatnal said that they have lost faith in the leadership of Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa.
They are planning to intensify the agitation if the government fails to respond to their demand by Sunday evening.
The demand for reservation is only for education and government jobs.