Private complaint against Ramya for praising Pakistanis
Somwarpet (Kodagu dist)/Bengaluru(DHNS): A court in Somwarpet has admitted a private complaint that sought action against former MP and Kannada actor Ramya for describing the people of Pakistan as good and lovable.
Advocate Katnamane Vittala Gowda, who claims to be Kodagu district president of a group called ‘Prajaranga’, filed the complaint on Monday, accusing Ramya of “insulting” Indian patriots by “praising” Pakistan. He urged the court to direct the police to book Ramya for “sedition” and for “disturbing” peace in Karnataka. JMFC court judge, Shyam Prasad, admitted the complaint and posted the hearing to August 27. Ramya had made the remark at a convention in Mandya on Sunday.
Dinesh defends Ramya
State Congress working president Dinesh Gundu Rao defended Ramya for her remark on Pakistan. Speaking to reporters in Bengaluru, he said she was only sharing her experience of her recent visit to Pakistan. She has not made any controversial statement, he said.