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Chakravarthi Sulibele denied entry into Chittapur, police cite ‘disruption to peace due to his speech ’

The assistant commissioner, Rupendra Kaur, had issued the order preventing his entry, citing that there would be a chance of "disruption" to the peace due to his "inflammatory" speeches.
Last Updated : 29 February 2024, 06:52 IST

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Kalaburagi: Chakravarthi Sulibele, founder of the Yuva Brigade, on his way towards Chittapur to participate in Namo Bharat programme, was prevented entry by the police on Thursday.

He was stopped near Kinni Sadak of Kamalapur taluk at midnight when he was entering into the district from Bhalki of Bidar district.

The assistant commissioner, Rupendra Kaur, had issued the order preventing his entry, citing that there would be a chance of "disruption" to the peace due to his "inflammatory" speeches.

The incident led led to verbal altercation between Sulibele and police officials. Later, he had to return to Bidar after a stay in Hallikhed (K) village of Humnabad taluk.

Namo Brigade had organised a programme in Chittapur on February 29. However, police officials have cancelled the permission given to it.

Meanwhile, Sulibele has criticised the district in-charge minister for preventing him from entering into his assembly constituency of Chittapur.

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Published 29 February 2024, 06:52 IST

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