The late night "assault" by Shanthinagar MLA N A Haris's son Mohammad Nalpad on a private individual has left the ruling Congress party red faced and trying to ward off the political repercussion of the situation ahead of the impending state assembly elections of 2018. Nalapad allegedly called in a gang of 10 members and assaulted the man at a cafe in Bengaluru's UB City mall on Saturday.
Mohammed was elected Youth Congress general secretary in May, 2017.
According to Praveen, Nalapad was not convinced and had a heated exchange with Vidwath. "We are looking for Nalapad and the other accused", said an officer of Cubbon Park police station who asked not to be named.
According to the BJP, the Haris incident has given the party a much needed platform in Bengaluru to target the sitting MLA and in turn the Congress misrule.
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Meanwhile, working president of Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee Dinesh Gundurao said, "Strict action to be taken against people responsible". News agency ANI quoted him as saying, "I don't know where he (Nalapad) iscurrently".
After the victim was taken to Mallya Hospital, where he is now undergoing treatment, Nalapad and his supporters arrived at the hospital to threaten Vidvat against filing a complaint, News18 reported. Reports said that the police had refused to file an FIR in the case.
"I will make sure that my son does not repeat such things again. The victim will be served justice", KPCC chief G Parameshwara tweeted. "No less, no more.@CPBlr will take action as per law and bring the guilty to book", tweeted Siddaramaih.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday said offenders will be punished "regardless of who they are".