‘Stones or flowers…’: Actress Pooja Gandhi throws her weight behind Kannada protesters

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29-12-2023

    Pooja Gandhi expresses support for Kannada activists

    Kannada activists had gone on a vandalising-spree

    Netizens had expressed their disgust at what was happening

‘Whether they have thrown stones or flowers, they have raised their voices for Kannada,’ says Kannada actress Pooja Gandhi as she throws her weight behind Kannada activists.

Kannada activists had gone on a rampage, vandalising signboards at will! The government was forced to take action after several netizens wondered how such a behaviour could be tolerated. 

Earlier this week, after giving businessmen a firm warning, the activists cut loose, targeting several business establishments across the city as they sported English signboards. 

Yesterday (December 28th), the Bengaluru police even warned the protesters not to resort to breaking of such signboards. They warned further that FIRs would be launched. 

Such a behaviour has hampered the much-advertised Brand Bengaluru. 

Even as this report is being filed, members of the Karnataka Rakshana Vedike are holding a protest at Bengaluru’s Freedom Park over the arrest of Narayana Gowda, a prominent figure in the protests. 

CM, Dy CM on protests

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and his deputy DK Shivakumar have reiterated that in a democracy, everyone has the rights to protest, but can’t go on a vandalising spree. 

 

‘Stones or flowers…’: Actress Pooja Gandhi throws her weight behind Kannada protesters

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    Pooja Gandhi expresses support for Kannada activists

    Kannada activists had gone on a vandalising-spree

    Netizens had expressed their disgust at what was happening

‘Whether they have thrown stones or flowers, they have raised their voices for Kannada,’ says Kannada actress Pooja Gandhi as she throws her weight behind Kannada activists.

Kannada activists had gone on a rampage, vandalising signboards at will! The government was forced to take action after several netizens wondered how such a behaviour could be tolerated. 

Earlier this week, after giving businessmen a firm warning, the activists cut loose, targeting several business establishments across the city as they sported English signboards. 

Yesterday (December 28th), the Bengaluru police even warned the protesters not to resort to breaking of such signboards. They warned further that FIRs would be launched. 

Such a behaviour has hampered the much-advertised Brand Bengaluru. 

Even as this report is being filed, members of the Karnataka Rakshana Vedike are holding a protest at Bengaluru’s Freedom Park over the arrest of Narayana Gowda, a prominent figure in the protests. 

CM, Dy CM on protests

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and his deputy DK Shivakumar have reiterated that in a democracy, everyone has the rights to protest, but can’t go on a vandalising spree. 

 

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