Ahead of the Karnataka Assembly elections, the Bengaluru police have conducted raids in various parts of the city to nab over 500 rowdies and criminals, according to a report by the Deccan Herald. The police warned the rowdies against being involved in any anti-social activities during the elections in the state.
During the raids, the police arrested over 20 criminals who were wanted in several cases. One of the arrested individuals was a serial offender and chai-snatcher named Imran Pasha, who was apprehended from Kalasipalya, as per a report by The Hindu.
The DCP of South Division, P. Krishnakanth, stated that four rowdy-sheeters have been sent under Tadipaar, and three more rowdies are being prepared to be sent out of the city, as reported by The Hindu.
The police have been on high alert and have been conducting frequent raids ahead of the elections to ensure the safety and security of the citizens. This action by the Bengaluru police sends a strong message to those involved in any illegal activities, and serves as a warning to anyone who plans to disrupt the peace during the elections.