Second graffiti surfaces in Mangaluru in just two days | Mangaluru News – Times of India
Police had stepped up security and patrolling across the city after the first graffiti appeared on the wall of an apartment complex near Kadri on Friday. Issuing a warning to miscreants, city police commissioner Vikash Kumar Vikash said individuals or organisations indulging in such acts will be dealt with strongly.
“We are checking CCTV footage for leads. This could be the handiwork of miscreants who want to disturb communal harmony and disrupt law and order in the region,” said Vinay Gaonkar, DCP (crime & traffic).
Slamming the government, former minister and Mangaluru MLA UT Khader said persons involved in creating the pro-terror graffiti should be arrested within 15 days.
Arrest suspects within 15 days: Khader to govt
Former minister UT Khader lashed out at the BJP government for its “failure to control terror activities.” He gave the Yediyurappa government 15 days to arrest all accused behind the two pro-terror graffiti incidents and added the Congress will launch protests across the district if the government failed to act tough against anti-nationals.
“It is the responsibility of the government and police to bring facts to light and take the issue to its logical end. Extradite those anti-nationals,” Khader told reporters.