The Bengaluru riots case is taking intense urns day by day. Over a dozen Muslim clerics met Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Tuesday and demanded that the state government must select an objective judicial probe commission to investigate into the DJ Halli disorder that took place last month. The ministers, led by Ameer-E-Shariat Karnataka, Moulana Sageer Ahmed, presented a memorandum to the CM and actively requested that the state government should also act resiliently on those who tried to spread communal hate by posting indecent messages on social media sites.
Speaking to a leading media house, Maulana Maqsood Imran Rashadi, Imam, Jama Masjid, urged to the state government to take steps to release clean Muslims involved, who have been booked in this case. He clarified, "The police have picked more than 300 people till date for their alleged role in the DJ Hall violence, but in reality, there are many innocents too who have been picked up. At least they must be let off is our primary demand."
The memorandum asserted that the main purpose of seeking an objective judicial commission is to know the real revelation as to who induced P Naveen, nephew of Congress MLA Srinivasamurthy, to put up such columns on social media. According to the memorandum, the community actively suspects this entire episode is orchestrated by someone who is lurking behind Naveen, who wanted to disrupt the communal peace in the state.