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Anyone can protest, but no one should damage public property: K’taka CM on vandalism of shops

The CM said, ''Anyone can protest, but no one should cause damage to government or public property and take the law into one's own hands.''

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Asserting that signboards in Karnataka should display information in Kannada, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah issued a warning on Thursday against taking the law into one’s own hands, saying anyone can protest but no one should cause damage to government or public property.

He was reacting to the large-scale vandalism in Bengaluru on Wednesday by activists of the pro-Kannada outfit Karnataka Rakshana Vedike (T A Narayana Gowda faction) targeting shops and business establishments that did not display Kannada signboards, advertisements, or name plates.

To a question on Kannada activists accusing the government of taking action against those fighting for the Kannada cause, and that they would teach Congress a lesson in the Lok Sabha polls, he said, ”We have not stopped them from protesting, but we have taken action against those who have taken the law into their hands… Election thing, let’s see when it comes; the government is here to maintain law and order.” Stating that one’s conduct or behaviour should not disturb or harm others, the CM said, ”Anyone can protest, but no one should cause damage to government or public property and take the law into one’s own hands.”

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