BJP files FIR alleging pro-Pakistan slogans raised by supporters of Congress RS member

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BJP files FIR alleging pro-Pakistan slogans raised by supporters of Congress RS member

The BJP unit in Karnataka filed a complaint at the Vidhana Soudha Police Station, alleging that supporters of Rajya Sabha member Syed Nasir Hussain raised "Pakistan Zindabad" slogans at the instance of Hussain after he was declared the winner for Rajya Sabha along with two other Congressmen. The complaint states that this incident occurred openly within the legislative secretariat of Karnataka, and the party demanded strict action against those involved, citing it as an offense under Section 153-A of the Indian Penal Code. In response, Hussain posted a video denying any knowledge of such slogans being raised, calling for a thorough inquiry into the matter.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Karnataka filed a complaint at the Vidhana Soudha Police Station, accusing supporters of Rajya Sabha member Syed Nasir Hussain of raising pro-Pakistan slogans after his election win, at the behest of Hussain. The BJP leaders staged a protest in front of the police station and demanded the dismissal of the Congress-led state government, while claiming that a state-wide campaign would be launched. In response, Hussain posted a video denying any knowledge of such slogans being raised, calling for a thorough inquiry into the matter and mentioning that he was amidst celebrations where other slogans were being raised.