Idgah floor controversy: BJP able to rejoice competition, concern of confrontation

Idgah floor controversy: BJP able to rejoice competition, concern of confrontation

Bangalore: The Idgah Maidan controversy continued to escalate because the ruling BJP was all set to rejoice the competition on the controversial web site in Chamarajpet, Bengaluru.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Thursday stated that festivals and nationwide occasions will probably be held legally on the bottom. Congress MLA and former minister Zameer Ahmed Khan had earlier stated that Ganesh Utsav wouldn’t be allowed on the controversial web site.

Nationwide normal secretary and BJP MLA CT Ravi challenged Khan, saying, “Who’s Zameer Ahmed Khan who provides permission to rejoice Hindu festivals? The property is just not owned by his father. ,

“We’ll rejoice Ganesh Utsav with full enthusiasm. Nobody can cease us… It’s a Hindu nation and never an Arab nation the place we’d like permission to rejoice Hindu festivals.”

In the meantime, intelligence officers have recommended that celebrating any competition might result in unrest within the area. Police sources stated {that a} report has been submitted on this regard.

In the meantime, the police have registered an FIR towards Bhaskaran, an activist of a Hindu organisation, saying that he’ll destroy the Idgah Tower on the controversial web site.

CM Bommai clarified that the Idgah floor belongs to the Income Division. When requested about Congress MLA Zameer’s assertion, the chief minister stated that “no matter assertion is made, the regulation is essential”.

The police have held a peace assembly with the leaders of the Muslim group and requested them to not get agitated by the social media posts.

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