BJP leader Praveen Netaru Murder Case: Weapons Training Was Given To PFI Members
BJP leader Praveen Netaru murder case: Weapons training was given to PFI members in Mittur community hall, attached.
The National Investigation Agency team probing the BJP leader Praveen Netaru murder case has attached the Mittur Community Hall/Freedom Community Hall located at Idkidu village in Dakshina Kannada district.
PFI members were using the Mittur community hall.
The NIA order states that action has been taken against members of the Popular Front of India in the Pravin Netaru murder case.
As investigations have revealed that members of the Popular Front of India, were being trained in the use of weapons at the Mittur Community Hall, which was conducive to intimidation.
Ban any kind of purchase or construction in the hall. The NIA has completely taken over the place of the community hall.
Official sources in the NIA said that a copy of the order in this regard has been sent to the hall owner, Dakshina Kannada district magistrate, and senior superintendent of police.
The order has been implemented by the NIA completely banning this land, building, renting it, making any changes to it, and using it.
What is the Praveen Netaru murder case?
Praveen Netaru, a resident of Bellary, Karnataka, was brutally murdered on 26 July 2022 by cutting with sharp weapons. Praveen was the district secretary of the Karnataka BJP Yuva Morcha.
In Udaipur, Rajasthan, a person named Kanhaiyalal was beheaded by fanatics for posting social media posts in support of Nupur Sharma.
On June 29 last year, Praveen also posted on Facebook in support of Kanhaiyalal. Due to this, Praveen was also murdered.
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External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said New Delhi’s focus has been on two-way expansion in a number of areas, including trade, investment, and climate change.
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He said, “Our four big trade accounts are the US, China, European Union, and ASEAN. Annual trade with these countries is somewhere between 100 to 110-115 billion dollars.
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