Youth who raised pro-Pak slogans in B’luru mentally disturbed reveals probe
Bengaluru: The investigation into the case of raising pro-Pakistan slogans in Bengaluru by a youth from West Bengal has revealed that the accused is a mentally disturbed person, said police on Friday, adding that the probe will continue.
Ankush, who resided in a PG facility in Bengaluru, was picked up by the Mico Layout police on charges of raising the ‘Pakistan ‘Zindabad’, slogan in a public place near the BTM Layout 2nd stage. The people called the police after the accused started shouting slogans all of a sudden on Thursday.
The police grilled the accused throughout the night and informed his family members. His family had also told police that their son has been in a mentally disturbed state in the recent past. The police have also confirmed that the accused is a mentally disturbed person.
However, the police have continued the investigations and taken statements from his friends and residents of the paying guest (PG) facility.
DCP South-East C.K. Baba said that the youth had shouted the dialogues while watching a web series on mobile in front of a shop. “The people, who had come to the shop, had called the police. The investigation is on,” he said.
He is *** goonda that’s why the police declared him mentally ill. But put him in jail. If he is mental then how come he remembers Pakistan? This *** man should be in jail.
If he is Muslim then of course he has a terrorist link with IS and will be declared like that.
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