According to the Media Reports Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai arrived in Udupi on April 11. Basavaraj Bommai spoke to the media and said that his government works on the principle of equality and will not tolerate instances of people taking the law into their hands.
Mr. Bommai said everyone has the freedom to adopt one’s ideals and philosophy, but they cannot take the law into their hands.
Minister for Energy, Kannada & Culture V. Sunil Kumar and MLA of Udupi K. Raghupati Bhat were also present during the CM Basavaraj Bommai’s interaction with reporters.
When the media asked whether the government will ban organizations whose members take the law into their hands, He Replied, “You will know in the coming days.”
Responding to charges by the opposition that the Chief Minister was silent on such incidents, Mr. Bommai said people should pay attention to action, and not words. “We know what decision and action are to be taken at a particular time,” he said adding
“We need not learn from them (the opposition). They were the ones who withdrew cases against persons associated with organizations facing murder charges and we know how to make law and order.”