Dakshina Kannada tense after death of RSS Activist Sarath Madivala, B S Yeddyurappa questions CM Siddaramaiah

In a horrific case in Mangalore in Karnataka a Bajrang Dal activist was assaulted by unknown men and left grievously injured. The crime has not been tagged as political or personal enmity as yet, but what has emerged is that the man named Chiranjeevi was driving his bike was attacked by a group of unidentified persons at Amblamogaru near Kuthar.

The nature of injuries on Chiranjeevi indicate that the assaulters intended not to just send a warning to Chiranjeevi, but had the intention to kill. This was indicated from the fact that his head, in particular, was targeted and the injury is horrific in nature.

In yet another incident, An RSS activist, who was allegedly stabbed by an unidentified group at Bantwal in Dakshina Kannada district, succumbed to his injuries at a private hospital in Mangaluru, prompting police to tighten security in the region. Sarath Madivala, 28, a resident of Kandur near Bantwal, was battling for life for three days at the hospital after the attack on July 4. He died on Friday evening, hospital sources said.

Despite heavy police deployment, the funeral procession of Sarath Madivala was interrupted by miscreants who started throwing soda bottles on people and vehicles passing the procession route. Tension prevailed in Dakshina Kannada after this stone throwing incident.

“Sharath was attacked a few days ago but police failed to make any arrests. This points to the fact that law and order situation in the state has collapsed,” said BJP state president BS Yeddyurappa. He alleged that Karnataka was going the Kerala way in respect of attacks on RSS activists.

As per the recent tweet from Ex-Chief Minister of Karnataka and Senior BJP Leader B S Yeddyurappa, there has been more than 22 murders of RSS and BJP karyakartas in Karanataka. He has directed this tweet against Siddaramaiah, the current Chief Minister of Karanataka.

Will the Chief Minister Siddaramaiah be able to justify the deteriorating law & order situation in the state of Karnataka? Why is the Chief Minister tight lipped about these two brutal incidents in the state? Is Karnataka considered a safe place for people to live in peacefully?

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