Karnataka Home Minister On His ‘Congress Trying To Rape Me’ Comment


Bengaluru: After facing Severe reproval for his ‘Rape happened in Mysuru, Congress raping me here’ comments, Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Friday withdrew his comments about Mysuru gangrape case. “I had no intention to hurt anybody. I take back my statement: Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on his ‘Congress trying to rape me’ comment criticising Congress leaders who sought his resignation over the Mysuru gangrape incident,” According to ANI.

I had no intention to hurt anybody. I take back my statement: Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on his ‘Congress trying to rape me’ comment criticising Congress leaders who sought his resignation over the Mysuru gangrape incident pic.twitter.com/l1i6GnB8ur
— ANI (@ANI) August 27, 2021
Also read | Gangrape Incidents Happen All The Time, Says Karnataka Labour Minister Shivaram HebbarAfter the Home Minister’s remarks on Mysuru gangrape, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) President DK Shivakumar slammed the Home Minister for his disrespectful comments and demanded an explanation from senior BJP leaders. “The Home Minister’s remarks showed that women are not free to go out and indicated the BJP leader’s mindset,” said Shivakumar, according to The New Indian Express.Speaking to reporters after facing wrath from opposition about his comments, “A police investigation is underway to nab the culprits. The girl is under medical care at a hospital. Security will be tightened further to ensure the protection of all, especially women,” Jnanendra said.

A police investigation is underway to nab the culprits. The girl is under medical care at a hospital. Security will be tightened further to ensure the protection of all, especially women: Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Mysuru gangrape case pic.twitter.com/X0LagTL6qC
— ANI (@ANI) August 27, 2021
Responding to Home Minister’s comments, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai — who is in Delhi to discuss with the Central government about the water dispute issues between states — on Wednesday said, “I don’t endorse Home Minister’s statement. I don’t agree with his comment, I’ve told him to do clarification. That’s why I’ve spoken directly to the police officials and suggested them to report to me directly. I don’t agree with whatever statement was made by the Home Minister.”Also read | Mysuru Gangrape Victim Shouldn’t Have Gone To Deserted Place: Home Minister JnanendraMeanwhile, students’ associations, Congress party workers and Women’s Fora have staged protests in Mysuru by damanding the arrests of culprits.



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