Should Not Allow Youngsters To Buy Liquor In Deserted Areas : Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumarasway On Mysuru Gang Rape Case

Shristy Raj

Former Karnataka Chief Minister and JDS-leader HD Kumaraswamy on Friday advised the Karnataka government to handle the Mysuru gang-rape case “just like Hyderabad police”.

His appreciation came two years after Hyderabad Police encountered four men who were accused of rape and murder charges of a women.

Kumarswamy criticised the Karnataka government for the incident and said that the Karnataka

 The government should not sell liquor to the youngsters in open deserted spaces.

Kumaraswamy said, “the government must be serious in handling these kinds of incidents while initiating action. Strict action must be in handling these kinds of incidents just like Hyderabad police. The state government is at fault. It should not allow youngsters to have liquor in the open deserted spaces”, ANI reported.

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