Segment one hundred forty four imposed throughout Bengaluru, Pandavapura and four dam sites
Protesters burn a Tamil Nadu registered two-wheeler near Deepanjali Nagar metro station in Bengaluru on Monday. picture: Mohit M. Rao
All TN-bound buses from Karnataka are off the street; colleges in Bengaluru shut
The Cauvery water dispute endured to raise tensions in each Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, with sporadic incidents of assaults on a motel, pelting of stones, ruckus at a bank and attacks on vehicles stated in both the States. segment one hundred forty four become imposed across Bengaluru as violence intensified.
in the meantime, the supreme court on Monday slammed the Karnataka government for mentioning public unrest and turmoil as reasons for searching for a amendment of its September five order to launch 15,000 cusecs from its reservoirs to Tamil Nadu. It, but, changed its order, by way of directing Karnataka to release 12,000 cusecs an afternoon until September 20.
In Tamil Nadu, an unidentified institution hurled petrol bombs at New Woodlands hotel in Chennai inside the early hours of Monday. In Rameswaram, individuals of 3 Tamil clothes damaged windscreens and glass panes of five Karnataka registered vehicles.
The institution that attacked the resort left this be aware:
“If Tamilians remain assaulted in Karnataka, their agencies here will suffer. There are Kannadigas residing here too. Be warned!”
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The Royapettah police are investigating the case.
“round three.15 a.m., a group got here to the lodge and broken [some] glass panels. It appears the organization attacked the lodge in protest towards Karnataka’s mindset in release of Cauvery river water,” a police reputable instructed IANS.
In Rameswaram, about eight participants of the Naam Tamizhar Katchi, the Tamizhaga Vazhvurimai Katchi and the Tamil countrywide motion, attacked the Karnataka-registered vehicles, inclusive of buses.
Police rushed to the spot and detained them. nobody was injured within the incident, police said.
Superintendent of Police N. Manivannan has informed the police to tighten protection on the bus stand and parking plenty.
(with inputs from Sureshkumar, D.J. Walter Scott)
A truck bearing Tamil Nadu registration number became pelted with stones in Chamarajanagar. One person has been arrested on this connection. In some other incident, Tamil residents had been reportedly attacked in Pandavapura and their six shops destroyed.
Karnataka’s border with Tamil Nadu along Chamarajanagar district has been sealed within the wake of fresh disturbances pronounced inside the Cauvery basin districts. Tamil citizens attacked in Pandavapura and their six stores attacked and destroyed.
6.30 pm: at least 30 buses of a non-public delivery operator from Tamil Nade torched through an indignant mob at its depot at Nayandahalli.
five.41 pm: greater than 30 Tamil Nadu lorries have been damaged so far. They had been transferring at the NH4 near Sathyamangala around 4.30 pm in Tumakuru metropolis. One lorry was set on fireplace and became doused by way of police and fire employees who have been parked on the premises of balaji rubber manufacturing facility.
Unidentified miscreants pelted stones on the lorries, after which they fled. The lorries were taken to a more secure region.
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The lorry that changed into set on fireplace. photograph: unique arrangement
5.forty pm: shops in k.R. marketplace, Kalasipalya and J.C road closed.
five.35 pm: round 200 human beings have been detained by way of police since the morning for collaborating inside the protests: domestic Minister G. Parameshwara
5.30 p.m.: Amid escalating tension in Karnataka over the Cauvery water dispute, the Centre today assured all help to the country to hold law and order and make sure peace. “i am in touch with the leader Secretary of Karnataka and whatever help is required may be supplied,” Union domestic Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi told journalists here.
5.18 p.m.: segment a hundred and forty four imposed throughout Bengaluru, Pandavapura and all 4 dam websites as violence intensifies.
4.57 p.m.: a fringe Tamil-outfit barges right into a Karnataka bank department and created ruckus. round 25 employees of the Tamizhaga Vazhvurimai Katchi enter the department on Misson avenue wielding broomsticks and ask bank body of workers to vacate the premises.
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four.16 p.m.: Stones pelted at Poorvika cellular shop and Murugan Idli shop at Indiranagar in Bengaluru
4.13 p.m.: Buses stopped on Mysuru road region.
4.eleven p.m.: leader Minister Siddaramaiah says he will write to chief Minister Jayalalithaa to assist maintain cordiality among the two States. Siddaramaiah says he will also speak to domestic Minister Rajnath Singh, if vital, at the incidents concentrated on Kannadigas.
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Police casting off TN registration plate and Tamil writing from a automobile for “protection”. photo: Mohit M. Rao
3.54 p.m.: All Tamil Nadu-sure bus offerings have been stopped. also, Kerala-certain buses that undergo Tamil Nadu had been stopped. we can take a name on whether or not night services to Kerala ought to operate relying on state of affairs, says KSRTC spokesperson
three.44 p.m.: shops in Mysuru street had been close.
3.39 p.m.: seasoned-Kannada activists input Mantri square on Sampige avenue in Malleswaram. BMTC offerings have been stopped from satellite bus station on Mysuru road.
2:15 pm: Bengaluru’s Namma Metro has suspended its carrier given that 12:30 pm as a precautionary degree. numerous schools and faculties have declared 1/2 day depart and asked the students to go again home. Police have been deployed heavily on bus stations as a safety measure.
2.00 pm: S. Prasad reviews from Chennai: Thirty persons owing allegiance to numerous seasoned-Tamil clothing had been arrested when they attempted to lay siege to the Karnataka financial institution located. read extra
1.57 p.m.: R. Sivaraman confirms from Chennai that four persons were arrested in reference to the attack on New Woodlands resort.
1:10 pm: Adyar Ananda Bhavan chocolates stall ransacked in Mysuru road, Bengaluru.
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A lorry with TN registration number became set on fireplace in Gejjalagere in Maddur taulk. picture: G.P. Sampath Kumar
12.50 p.m.: Laiqh A. Khan reviews from Mysuru: Karnataka’s border with Tamil Nadu alongside Chamarajanagar district has been sealed inside the wake of clean disturbances pronounced inside the Cauvery basin districts.
“we’ve sealed the borders and now not permitting any car to bypass thru” said Superintendent of Chamarajanagar district police Kuldeep Kumar Jain.
The district police have set up checkposts on the seven roads leading to Tamil Nadu from Chamarajanagar district.
One truck bearing Tamil Nadu registration wide variety became pelted with stones in Chamarajanagar. One character has been arrested within the connection.
however, motors are going up to the border, wherein passengers are alighting and crossing the checkpost by means of foot earlier than taking a distinctive vehicle to their respective locations in Tamil Nadu, police stated.
12.44 p.m.: Mohit M. Rao reviews: KSRTC stops bus services to TamilNadu. Buses in Tamil Nadu are being monitored via the nearby police, who’ve confident KSRTC of entire protection.
12.30 p.m.: The TN DGP has known as for a high-degree meeting to review the situation at the Cauvery difficulty alongside the nation borders. it will pass on for an hour from now.
As of now there has been no incident of bus burning everywhere within the nation. simply heavy police deployment along the border.
12.14 p.m.: P.V. Srividya reviews from Hosur:
The permission granted to Tamil Nadu buses to enter Jujuvadi ended on Sunday night. Superintendent of Police Mahesh Kumar informed The Hindu that a 150-strong police pressure is tracking the border post. Police aren’t allowing the movement of Tamil Nadu motors across the border.
however, Karnataka buses are being allowed access to ease the motion of commuters throughout the border.
state of affairs stays incident-free at the border.
12.09 p.m.: The supreme courtroom directs Karnataka to launch 12,000 cusecs Cauvery water an afternoon to Tamil Nadu until Sept 20.
12.06 p.m: Bus services stopped from Ramnagara to Tamilnadu. A Tamil Nadu lorry become attacked near the police schooling school in Ramnagara. It turned into heading to Bengaluru from Mysuru.
12.02 p.m.: Tamil citizens attacked in Pandavapura and their six shops attacked and destroyed.
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