Six people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Bajrang Dal activist in Shivamogga, and the curfew has been extended for two days.

Six people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Bajrang Dal activist, and the curfew in Shivamogga has been extended by two days.

Six persons have been arrested and another 12 have been detained for questioning in connection with the murder of Bajrang Dal activist Harsha in Shivamogga district, according to Karnataka Police.

Mohammed Kashif, Sayed Nadeem, Afsifullah Khan, Rehan Sharef, Nihan, and Abdul Afnan have been arrested, according to Shivamogga SP Laxmi Prasad.

Six people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Bajrang Dal activist in Shivamogga, and the curfew has been extended for two days.

Despite prohibitory orders issued under Section 144 of the CrPC, a few vehicles were set on fire in Tunganagar on Tuesday. In Shivamogga district, the administration has prolonged the curfew.

“The district’s curfew has been extended. From 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., movement is permitted. Section 144 has been extended for another two days, till Friday am. During these days, schools will be closed “Selvamani R, Deputy Commissioner, Shivamogga, was reported by ANI as stating.

C Pratap Reddy, the Additional Director General of Police, told reporters that all of the suspects had been identified.

“Police have identified all of the defendants and have made arrests. Other arrests would be made soon, “Reddy expressed his thoughts.
Following Harsha’s death, 14 different episodes of burning and violence occurred in the city, according to Reddy.

“We found 14 separate occurrences that would need filing of FIRs. About three FIRs have already been filed, and in certain cases, we are attempting to locate victims who have lost their property or motorcycles in order to complete the FIR “Reddy was reported by ANI as adding.

Six people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Bajrang Dal activist in Shivamogga, and the curfew has been extended for two days.

Harsha, 26, was stabbed to death in Bharathi Nagar on Sunday night, sparking rioting across the area. Seven persons are suspected of being involved in the murder, according to police.

“Following Harsha’s assassination, the city and several nearby areas were extremely tense. Additional personnel were deployed to Shivamogga, and the deputy commissioner and superintendent of police made several plans to ensure that the aftermath of the murder did not spread further “Reddy expressed his thoughts.

According to PTI, Karnataka Home Minister Araga Gnanendra stated over 12 people have been arrested in connection with Harsha’s murder in Bengaluru.

Araga Jnanendra, the Karnataka Home Minister, stated that the district was now calm. “Shivamogga is peaceful… The procession was not led by KS Eshwarappa (for taking the body of Bajrang Dal activist Harsha to his home). As a local MLA, he was in procession. Those who cause property damage will face consequences “declared the Minister of the Interior.

R Ashoka, the state’s revenue minister, said the murder was linked to the state’s current Hijab controversy.

“When the Hijab dispute erupted, this murder occurred. There is clearly a link between this murder and the Hijab controversy “According to Ashoka.

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