2 more arrested in Bajrang Dal activist Harsha murder case: Home Minister
The Police has filed 14 different incidents which would require FIRs in connection with violence in Shivamogga.
Bengaluru: Two more arrests have been made on Wednesday in the Bajrang Dal activist Harsha's murder case. Harsha was stabbed to death on February 20 night at Bharathi Nagar in Shivamogga city.
Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra said, "Eight arrests made till now. Till yesterday, six accused were arrested and today two more arrests done; total arrests in the case 8".
Mohammed Kashif, Syed Nadeem, Ashifullah Khan, Rehan Khan, Nehal and Abdul Afnan were arrested on Tuesday in connection with the case.
"The situation is fine and under control (in Shivamogga). It is improving. We've sufficient force. 20 platoons of KSRP, RAF is there. We also conducted a flag march yesterday to instil confidence among the public", Dr K Thiyagarajan, DIG Eastern range, told reporters.
The Police has filed 14 different incidents which would require FIRs in connection with violence in Shivamogga. Of that, about 3 FIRs have already been filed and in some cases, Police is trying to trace the victims who lost their property or bikes to get the FIR done.
Following the murder of Harsha, the situation is tense in the city so the prohibitory orders will remain imposed till February 25, 2022.