Karnataka Senapade stages protest; demands deportation of Amulya Leona

Mysuru, February 22:- Karnataka Senapade staged a protest near Gun House in the city on Saturday, demanding the deportation of  Amulya Leona who shouted pro-Pakistan slogans during a protest against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) at Freedom Park in Bengaluru recently, organised by Muslim organisations. They urged the government to deport Amulya from India.

“At first, such stages are formed and opportunities are given to anti-national people. All the organisers of the event should be enquired. They should be given severe punishment for doing anti-national activities. Legal action against such organisations should be initiated. The government should not give permission for protests. Advocates should not take up the case for such anti-nationals,” they said.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that CAA will not affect the citizens of India. It is an act to give citizenship and not to snatch. Why Amulya thought of hailing Pakistan? Who are behind her? Who has trained her to speak like that should be thoroughly investigated. A CBI probe should be held. The government should take strict action against them. The government should not hesitate to deport people like them. Or else, others will also follow suit,” they warned.

District president of the organisation Tejesh Lokesh Gowda, Dr Shantharaje Urs, Vikram Iyengar, Rakesh Bhat, Suchindra, Shanthamurthy, Vijayendra, Prajeesh, Akshay, Prabhushankar, Rajesh, Mogannachar, Bangarappa, Jyothi and others were present. (MR/KS)

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