The Kerala government has imposed CrPC Section 144 in its capital, Thiruvananthapuram. The decision was taken owing to the rise in COVID-19 cases. District Collector informed that the order will be in place from 9 AM on October 3 to midnight of October 31. The order prohibits gathering of more than five people at public spaces. However, exams that were announced before October 2 will take place with COVID-19 protocols.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on August 17 said that the state government has decided to recover the cost of private and public property destroyed during recent Bengaluru riots from the culprits. CM Yediyurappa said the state government will request the High Court to appoint a "Claim Commissioner" to assess the damage. He also said that three special prosecutors will be appointed for the speedy trial of the cases.
Courtesy: Times of India
Bangalore witnessed violent protests and mob attacks on August 12. A mob of 1000 people gathered outside MLA Akhanda Srinivasa Murthy and his sister's house, on a derogatory facebook post on Prophet Mohammed allegedly shared by his nephew, P Naveen. The mob started pelting stones and set the house on fire.
According to Suvarna News, A massive mob, rushed into Naveen's house, with rods and stones. The family said that they locked all… read-more