Express News Service
KALABURAGI: Political rivalry between supporters of the BJP and Congress, in the backdrop of the latest Gram Panchayat elections, has allegedly claimed the lifetime of a three-year-old lady in Kalaburagi on Saturday evening.
The baby Bharati was along with her mom who’s lodged in the central jail right here in reference to the clashes that broke out. Following the lady’s loss of life, Congress leaders and staff, led by MLAs Dr Ajay Singh (Jewargi), Kaneez Fatima (Kalaburagi-North), former MLCs Allamaprabhu Patil and Tippannappa Kamaknoor, and in addition the kin of the kid, staged a dharna in entrance of the Gulbarga Institute Medical Sciences with the physique from Sunday afternoon.
Speaking to The New Indian Express, Dr Singh stated that they are going to proceed their stir till the police division suspends Jewargi Police Sub-Inspector Manjunath Hugar for allegedly attacking Sangeeta, the mom, and the kid too, which, he stated had claimed her life.
The social gathering has additionally demanded that compensation be paid to the mother and father of the deceased baby.
Agitators finish stir after SP guarantees motion in opposition to SI
According to sources, the kid’s uncle Santosh was a member of the Jainapur Gram Panchayat in the earlier time period.
He contested the polls from the identical seat final month.
While he had the Congress’s assist, his relative Raju contested in opposition to him with the BJP’s assist and emerged victorious.
Raju’s supporters took out a procession in Jainapur and burst crackers in entrance of Santosh’s home.
Santosh’s members of the family, together with the ladies, objected to the celebration, which led to a clash between supporters of the 2 events.
Later, each Raju and Santosh filed complaints in opposition to one another, following which PSI Hugar allegedly went to Santhosh’s home and took his members of the family, together with his sister-in-law Sangeeta and her daughter Bharati, into custody.
He allegedly manhandled the ladies in the police station, earlier than shifting the mom and baby to the Kalaburagi District Central Jail.
Sangeeta advised reporters that the kid was affected by fever following the assault and stated that she introduced the matter to the eye of the police.
She additionally requested that the lady be taken to hospital, however they didn’t comply.
Due to this, the kid died, she alleged. Meanwhile, Dr Singh questioned why the police has taken the kid to jail in the primary place.
Kalaburagi Superintendent of Police Simi Mariam George, Deputy Commissioner V V Jyothsna and Kalaburagi Police Commissioner Sateesh Kumar visited the spot and tried to persuade the agitators to withdraw their dharna.
The agitators determined to withdraw their stir after the SP assured that the PSI might be suspended inside 24 hours.
Inquest of the physique was performed in entrance of a choose, earlier than the postmortem. Later, it was handed over to the household