Bengaluru violence: Police visit Congress MLA’s vandalised house
13, Aug 2020, 11:09 AM
Bengaluru: The Bengaluru Police on Wednesday night (August 12) visited Congress MLA Akhanda Srinivas Murthy’s house which was vandalised and set on fire by a mob. The police could still see smoke emanating from the house. Once a well-lit house with guests lined up wore a deserted look. Police also visited the affected places and did a mahazar of burnt vehicles and properties in the area. A mob attacked the MLA’s house on Tuesday evening (August 11) after his nephew had posted a derogatory comment on Facebook. KG Halli, DJ Halli and Kaval Byrasandra witnessed riots in which three people died and many including police personnel were injured. The mob caused damage to public property and also vandalised a police station.