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Hubballi | Karnataka Police arrested another AIMIM leader Dadapeer Betgeri, in connection with the stone-pelting incident at Old Hubli Police Station. A total of 138 persons have been arrested in the case till now. (ANI)

Karnataka reports 60 new Covid-19 cases, 0 deaths taking tally to 39,46,934

Is congress ruling in the state? What connection do we’ve with PSI scam? Why did HM & CM say in the assembly that no mistakes happened in PSI recruitment?He (CM) should also be held responsible for lies. Why did he give the case to CID Now?: Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar

Karnataka | Former CM & senior BJP leader BS Yediyurappa writes to CM Basavaraja Bommai to reconsider his decision of naming under-construction Shivamogga airport after him; suggesting to consider someone who has worked for development of the nation, state & has a historic name.

Congress encouraging riots before assembly polls: Karnataka BJP president Nalin Kumar Kateel
BJP state president Nalin Kumar Kateel on Saturday accused the Congress of encouraging riots and creating an anarchy-like situation ahead of assembly elections in the state.
There seems to be conspiracy about the way large crowds attacked police stations in organised manner. We’re investigating matter seriously. Stringent action will be taken against perpetrators & organisation behind the incident: Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai on Hubballi violence

Karnataka is peaceful state, leaders from AIMIM & RSS are disturbing the state. Such controversies are happening for first time here, when I was state Home minister, nobody dared to do such activities, we controlled law & order situation in state.
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