Karnataka rebel MLAs writes a letter to Mumbai Police, report to life-threatening from Congress leaders

Jul 15 2019 08:53 PM
Karnataka rebel MLAs writes a letter  to Mumbai Police, report to life-threatening from Congress leaders

Mumbai: 14 rebel MLAs from Karnataka, who were staying at a mumbai resort, have again complained to top Congress leaders on Monday about the "threat". This is the second such complaint from his side in the past five days. In a letter to the senior inspector of the Pawai police station, 14 MLAs have also said that they have no intention of meeting Congress veteran Mallikarjun Kharge, Ghulam Nabi Azad or any other leader of Maharashtra and Karnataka Congress.

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He has urged the police to stop Congress leaders from arriving at the Renaissance Hotel, where they are staying, as Congress leaders fear danger. The legislators have also sent a copy of their complaint to the Deputy Commissioner of Police and Hotel Security and Management of Zone 10. However, no date or stamp has been placed by the police station on the complaint letter.  The letter contains the names of all the MLAs, but four of them have not signed the letter.

Among the mlas who signed the letter were Shivram Hebber, B.C. Patil, Muni Ratna, R. The names include Shankar, H Nagesh, Pratap Patil, Gopalai, Ramesh J., Somsekhar and Basavaraja. While Mahesh K, Vishwanath, Narayan Govda and M. T.B. Nagaraj has not signed the complaint letter.

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