Congress MLA Haris' son booked for assaulting youth

Congress MLA Haris' son booked for assaulting youth
Cubbon Park police on Sunday filed an FIR against Mohammed Nalapad son of Shanthi Nagar MLA NA Harris for attacking a youth along with his friends after an argument at pub in UB City Mall.

Vidvath a MBA graduate and son of businessmen Lokanatha was beaten by Mohammed and 15 others on Saturday night over trivial issue. 

Vidvat had gone to pub Fergy Cafe in UB City to have dinner with his friend Praveen Venkatachalaiah on Saturday night and beaten by Mohammed and his friend.

Praveen who was with Vidvat during the attack said that, Vidvat had fractured his legs and put that leg on the chair, while having dinner, this has irked Nalapad and group and attacked him badly. Around 10 pm a verbal fight took place between Vidvat and Mohammed.

Soon after Mohammed and his friends, attacked Vidvat mercilessly and punched his face, hand and chest and also broke his nose.

Praveen further said, Mohammed and his friends hit him with bottle Vidvat fell down bleeding and was unconscious and he said apologies to him but they did not stop hitting Vidvat. Vidvat was taken to Mallya hospital he was in bad state with heavy bleeding and admitted in ICU.

He further added that, Again some 10 to 15 people came inside the hospital and threatened and abused Vidvat. Vidvat was unconscious and not in a position to file a complaint so he registered a complaint before Cubbon Park police station, he said.

Ramesh Gowda friend of Lokanath who visited the hospital soon after the incident said that, I visited the hospital around 1 am on Sunday. Vidvat face was swollen. His brother Satvik was also in the hospital by them.

Speaking to DH Harris said that, anybody who does such this is wrong, He is not above the law of the land. Such incident should not happen. He said that police should to politicise the issue. ‘We are not like Narendra Modi, who left the family and leaving alone. We have family kids and they do such things and we have to bring them to the right path.’ He said he won’t interfere with any investigation.

When asked about their previous cases against him on assaulting people, he said there were not such incidents and this is the first case against him.
 

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