Karnataka Election News Updates: President of Karnataka Congress trapped badly, Fir lodged in case of note blowing


Karnataka Election: FIR lodged in case of note blowing on President of Karnataka Congress DK Shivkumar

DK Shivakumar blowing notes
– Photo: Social Media


Political activities have intensified before the assembly elections in Karnataka. Political leaders are fiercely targeting each other. Meanwhile, on Monday, Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar was in trouble. Recently one of his videos went viral. In this, he was seen blowing 500-500 notes during the journey. Now, on the orders of the local court of Mandya, the Mandya Rural Police has registered an FIR in this matter.

What is the whole matter?

In fact, a video of Congress President DK Shivakumar in Karnataka had become increasingly viral on social media in the past. According to reports, DK Shivakumar was seen throwing Rs 500-500 notes at people during Praja Dhvani Yatra organized by Congress in Mandya, Karnataka. Later he clarified on this. It was told that he had showered money on the artistes from the top of the bus in Bevinahalli.

Shivkumar has been controversial in the past as well

DK Shivakumar has been controversial even before this. A few days ago, he had called the state’s DGP Praveen Sood incompetent. It was claimed that Praveen was defending the BJP government in the state and was registering cases against his party leaders. Shivakumar had warned that action would be taken against him if his party came to power. The Congress leader had accused Praveen of allowing entrances to be made in the names of Nanje Gowda and Uri Gowda. According to Hindu activists, Nanje and Uri killed Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysuru.