Massive uproar in Cafe assault case, Congress MLA's son surrenders

Massive uproar in Cafe assault case, Congress MLA's son surrenders

Massive uproar in Cafe assault case, Congress MLA's son surrenders

Nalapad, son of Karnataka Congress MLA NA Haris, was on Sunday expelled as the Bengaluru District Youth Congress General Secretary after it was reported that he allegedly beating up a person in a restaurant in Bengaluru.

(G.N.S) Dt. 19 Bengaluru City witnessed massive protests on Monday after Youth Congress leader Mohammed Haris Nalapad, accused of assaulting a man at a cafe, surrendered before the police. This did not prevent the BJP from calling the incident an example of "lawlessness" in the state under Congress.

Congress MLA NA Haris's son Mohammed Haris Nalapad, who was accused of thrashing a man in a pub in Bengaluru's UB City, surrendered on Monday. When Vidwath told him he could not due to the fracture, Nalapad lost his cool and allegedly assaulted him brutally, joined in by his cronies. The former deputy chief minister visited the victim at Mallya Hospital, where he is undergoing treatment.

The Cubbon Park Inspector was suspended for dereliction of duty, and the case was handed over to the Crime Branch for further investigation.

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BJP state president BS Yeddyurappa has been declared the chief ministerial candidate by the saffron party in the upcoming elections. The state government had come under enormous pressure after BJP and opposition parties strongly condemned the incident and also launched a series of protests in the city mainly at Cubbon Park police station since Sunday. In the past too, Nalapad and his associates were allegedly involved in a pub brawl in his father's Shanthinagar constituency but no police complaint was lodged at the time.

"It is unfortunate that the incident has taken place".

On the opposition's allegation of "hushing up the case", Mr. Haris claimed that he was unaware of his son's whereabouts.

The parents of Vidwat, the 24-year-old management graduate who was assaulted by Nalapad, had lodged a complaint against the MLA's son and 10 of his friends.

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