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BJP must take English lessons, says angry Karnataka minister

The Office Of The Director General & Inspector General Of Police Karnataka Had On Friday Sent A Letter To The 22 District Police Heads Of The State From Seeking Opinion On The Withdrawal Of Cases Against Innocent Persons From The Minority Communities To Which The BJP Took Strong Objection And Accused Karnataka's Congress Government Of Indulging In Minority Appeasement.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Tahir Qureshi | Updated on: 27 Jan 2018, 02:41:16 PM
Ramalinga Reddy, Home Minister of Karnataka on Saturday hit out at the BJP over its charge of the Congress government indulging in minority appeasement.

New Delhi:

Ramalinga Reddy, Home Minister of Karnataka on Saturday hit out at the BJP over its charge of the Congress government indulging in minority appeasement.

“BJP doesn't understand English properly. It's not a circular, just a reminder. A few minority leaders had represented that some false cases have been registered against members of the minority communities hence the IG sent a letter to SPs to remind them; that's all,” responded an angry Reddy.  

The office of the Director General & Inspector General of Police Karnataka had on Friday sent a letter to the 22 district police heads of the state from seeking opinion on the withdrawal of cases against innocent persons from the minority communities to which the BJP took strong objection and accused Karnataka's Congress government of indulging in minority appeasement.

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First Published : 27 Jan 2018, 02:40:53 PM

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