Bengaluru Violence Case(Search results - 12)
India17, Nov 2020, 12:50 PM
Sampath Raj’s arrest, major development in Bengaluru violence case: Basavaraj Bommai
After the CCB police probing the Bengaluru violence case confirmed arrest of former mayor R Sampath Raj, Home Minister of Karnataka Basavaraj Bommai has said that the arrest is a “major development”.
India17, Nov 2020, 11:33 AM
Bengaluru violence case: After Ex-Mayor's arrest, MLA urges Cong chief Sonia Gandhi to expel him from party
After four months of absconding act, Bengaluru Ex-Mayor Sampath Raj was arrested by CCB sleuths yesterday. After Asianet Newsable first reported about his possible arrest and the Congress leader's act of getting himself hospitalized in October to avoid arrest, Sampath went absconding. Now after his arrest, MLA Akhanda Srinivasmurthy wants him expelled from the party.
India6, Oct 2020, 11:47 AM
Bengaluru Violence case: Former mayor R Sampath Raj's arrest almost certain, gets himself admitted to hospital
As the evidence gathered by the Central Crime Branch in connection with the August 11 deadly Bengaluru East violence case is said to be “strong”, Bengaluru’s former mayor R Sampath Raj is likely to face arrest. The leader who has allegedly been tipped off about his possible arrest, reportedly got himself admitted to hospital.
India2, Oct 2020, 1:10 PM
NIA records statements of 18 police officers, obtains CCTV footage in Bengaluru violence case
After the National Investigation Agency took over the probe of the Bengaluru violence case, officials reportedly have recorded statements of 18 police officers from the Bengaluru East Division and CCB. They have also taken possession of CCTV footage from CCB officials who were investigating the case.
India25, Sep 2020, 3:51 PM
Bengaluru violence: Accused key conspirator, SDPI sympathiser arrested by NIA
In a significant move, the National Investigation Agency that was also probing the Bengaluru violence case arrested Sayed Saddiq Ali, a key conspirator in the KG Halli police station attack. The officials allegedly searched for him in nearly 30 locations in Bengaluru before making the arrest.
Crime23, Aug 2020, 5:01 PM
Bengaluru violence: Another BBMP corporator's husband questioned by CCB
According to the latest development in connection with the Bengaluru violence case, the Central Crime Branch (CCB) officials picked up a BBMP corporator's husband for questioning after Pulakeshinagar MLA reportedly accused of being involved in the arson.
India22, Aug 2020, 4:05 PM
Bengaluru Violence case: 40 accused linked to terror group, few connected to past explosions in city
The CCB which is probing the Bengaluru violence on August 11 night has stumbled on hints of 40 accused having links with terror activities drawing connections to the Church Street and Malleshwaram blasts.
India22, Aug 2020, 10:48 AM
Bengaluru Violence: Why did DJ Halli corporator make 15 WhatsApp calls to accused SDPI member?
As the investigation in the Bengaluru violence case progresses, a startling revelation was stumbled upon by CCB courtesy Arun Kumar, former mayor Sampath Raj’s PA from whose phone Raj is said to have made 15 WhatsApp calls to Muzamil Pasha the SDPI member and key accused in the case.
India21, Aug 2020, 12:16 PM
Bengaluru Violence: 53 more arrested by Central Crime Branch in late night drive
The Bengaluru Violence case resulted in 53 more arrests, out of which 23 are directly related to torching MLA Akhanda Srinivas Murthy's house.
India18, Aug 2020, 8:56 PM
Bengaluru violence: Former mayor, BBMP corporator questioned by CCB
In the latest development in the Bengaluru Violence case, the Central Crime Branch took former mayor Sampath Raj and BBMP corporator AR Zakir into questioning.
India17, Aug 2020, 4:25 PM
Bengaluru Violence: Detained suspect has links with Al-Hind, 2016 RSS activist murder case accused
The CCB which arrested accused Samiuddin in connection with the Bengaluru Violence case, reportedly, claimed that he was in touch with Al-Hind group which was responsible for RSS activist Rudresh’s murder in 2016.
Crime17, Aug 2020, 3:10 PM
Bengaluru Violence: No CBI investigation; will teach SDPI and PFI a lesson, says Karnataka deputy CM
Karnataka deputy CM CN Ashwathnarayana who was on a visit to Mandya said that the Central Crime Branch Police will continue to investigate the Bengaluru Violence case and that there is no question of transferring the case to the CBI in response to a demand made by victim MLA Akhanda Srinivasmurthy.
The deputy CM blamed the SDPI and Congress's power struggle in minority-dominated pockets as a reason for the arson and vandalism.
He accused the SDPI and PFI of targeted killings and recalled the incident of an attack on Congress MLA Tanveer Sait and several other alleged killings by the mentioned organisations. He said the Congress government cleared their cases, but now the BJP government will teach them a lesson.