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ABVP stages protest; demands K J George’s resignation over DySP suicide case

ABVP stages protest; demands K J George’s resignation over DySP suicide case


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, July 12, 2016 : The Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad staged a huge protest in front of the DC office here on July 12, Tuesday to protest against the failure of the government to take action against state minister K J George and two senior IPS officials  in connection with the suicide of DySP  Ganapathi. The protestors also demanded that George should resign from the cabinet immediately.

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Speaking on the occasion, ABVP leader Keerthan accused the government  of harassing police officers  and pressurising them unnecessarily. He also questioned as to what would be the fate of the common man if  police officials themselves are harassed. Alleging that the state has not benefitted from the several bhagyas implemented by the government, he said the CM was however benefitted from ’Kiss Bhagya.’

Chethan Padil, ABVP leader from Udupi, who also addressed the protestors said the CM must drop George from the cabinet if he fails to resign.

Several ABVP leaders and  members participated in the protest.

The protestors earlier took out a rally from Ambedkar Circle upto the DC office.


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Kishen Achar, Mangaluru Tue, July-12-2016, 6:34
Politicians are elected by the people but they are misusing the term DEMOCRACY. If CM supports the law breaker he too will face the same because public when united can do the Impossible Possible Do Not abuse the silence of the public to turn into terror
Supreth R, Mysore Tue, July-12-2016, 6:24
The corrupt Leader has to be dropped. When we have the right to elect . we also have the right to demand them to resign. He is a Gunda and not a leader. Police are not your slaves . They serve the public and its our duty to defend them.
Brinda Patel, Mumbai Tue, July-12-2016, 6:13
We always blame the police force if they delay in tracing the crook but its not that they are asked to do so? If not now when we have to fight against corruption?It is only the public who can put an end to CORRUPTION when they fight for justice in masses.
Neelesh, Bangalore Tue, July-12-2016, 6:09
The corruption is over taking sincerity. The police do not have the right to punish the culprits. Instead only act on the commands of politicians.
Carol pinto, Mangalore Tue, July-12-2016, 6:04
Though everyone knows there is corruption in our politics but DySP Ganapathy’s suicide note has proved it. Why? He is not worth being a leader of the people
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