District in-charge Minister S. Suresh Kumar, who visited the Uppara Students Hostel in Saraswathipuram this morning, is seen holding a meeting with the leaders of Uppara Sangha, to solve the problem regarding the demolition of a portion of the hostel.
Backward Classes Commission Chairman visits Uppara Hostel
Mysore, May 16 (KCU)-The Karnataka State Backward Classes Commission (KSBCC) has squarely blamed the district administration’s apathy for the protest rally of Uppara community members turning violent near the DC’s office here on May 14.
The Commission will inquire into the incident and submit a report to the government within two days, said KSBCC Chairman Dr. C.S. Dwarkanath, who visited the premises of Uppara community Students’ Hostel here yesterday and inspected the demolished portion of the hostel.
Dr. Dwarkanath, referring to Police atrocities on the rallyists, has sought good compensation for the victims. "Had the DC remained in office that day and received the memorandum in time from the rallyists, the violence would not have been triggered," he opined.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore