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The Karnataka Congress chief has alleged that CBI?actions against him were driven by political vendetta.
Muthappa Rais son Rikki Rai has been detained for questioning.
Bineesh Kodiyeri is suspected of having links with an accused in the case, Mohammed Anoop. Anoop is among those accused of supplying drugs to Kannada film actors and singers.
KPCC President D K Shivakumar had demanded that Surya should be sacked adding his statements were destroying the brand equity of the city known as a technology innovation hub. JD(S) leader Kumaraswamy too had criticised the remarks.
Urban Bengaluru accounts for 46,610 of the 1,07,737 active coronavirus cases in the state.
For the JDS, the bypoll is a question of survival as the two Karnataka seats are Vokkaliga dominated and the party is traditionally seen to represent the interests of this community.
KPCC president D K Shivakumar hit out at Surya saying that while Bangalore had been known as a city of technological innovation responsible for export of 34 per cent of the countrys IT services, Suryas statement that it was an epicentre of terror was condemnable.
Arguments on the bail pleas of others accused in the case will be held on September 30.
Thousands of farmers marched in Bengaluru and around 300 of them were detained, including KRRS leaders Kodihalli Chandrashekar and Kurburu Shanthkumar, Congress leaders including Siddaramaiah, KPCC president DK Shivakumar and Randeep Singh Surjewala who were protesting near the Congress office in the city.
The thieves had stolen 11 mobile phones of labourers who were having an afternoon nap in an under-construction building at Karangalpady here on Saturday, police said.
The move is aimed at finding ways to tackle congestion and supporting economic growth in Bengaluru, officials said. The MoU agrees on the pre-feasibility study, which focuses on technical, economic and route feasibility, is expected to be completed in two phases of six months each, an official release stated.
Assuring that the people can carry on with their day-to- day activities normally without any fear, the state government warned against any move to forcefully enforce the bandh.