Provoking statements can't be dubbed as unrest situation: Bommai

Karnataka: On Tuesday, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said that just because a few organisations are making provocative statements does not indicate there is unrest in the state or that there is a 'dharm yudh' (religious conflict) going on.

Commenting on the current unrest situation in the state, CM Bommai told reporters that making provocative statements is not a huge deal in and of itself. "We've made our point. It is our responsibility to keep the society in order. If any group or individual attempts to take the law into their own hands, they will be dealt with harshly "He issued a warning.

On the backend, some people are fostering communal strife. They're going to be dealt with. "In this regard, I have communicated with the police department. The state's DGP and IG have already spoken to all district commissioners about maintaining law and order, which is our top responsibility "he stated

He highlighted that the government has taken action in the Dharward incident (Hindu activists vandalised a Muslim vendor's fruit shop), Shivamogga incident (Bajrang Dal activist Harsha's murder case), and Kolar incident (stone pelting on the Sri Ram Shobha Yatra).

"We are in charge of the administration, unlike Congress, which has engaged in appeasement politics when it comes to preserving peace and order. We've taken legal action against anyone who tries to take the law into their own hands "he remarked.

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