Karnataka Deputy CM confirms arrest of eight alleged rave party attackers in Mangalore
Bangalore, July 29 (ANI): Eight suspected members of a Hindu radical outfit Janajagrana Vedike, who assaulted boys and girls during a party in Mangalore city, have been arrested, confirmed Karnataka's Deputy Chief Minister R. Ashok on Sunday.
The self-proclaimed crusaders barged into resort, claiming that the youngsters were consuming alcohol and were involved in some indecent activities.
Mangalore Police immediately rushed to the spot and took the activists into custody.shok condemned the attack and said police would take strict action against them.
"This is sad incident. Police will take necessary action. I condemned this incident. I will not tolerate what happened in this Mangalore area. Police will take strict action against them," said R. Ashok in Bangalore.
He said the attackers had no business to decide whether it was a rave party or not.he Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state government said that it would not tolerate such incidents.
"Law is the first thing. Another things are secondary. The BJP government will never support this. We condemn it and we will arrest," said R. Ashok.
In 2009, almost 20 members of the radical Ram Sena barged into a pub and publicly assaulted girls. (ANI)
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