The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday (June 4th) filed a complaint against Karnataka Health Minister B Sriramulu for violating the law and lockdown guidelines by participating in an illegal event and rally.
In a letter to the Karnataka police director general, AAP state convener Prithvi Reddy accused Sriramulu of walking around without wearing a mask and not ensuring physical distance between the rally participants.
He termed the law of the minister as an insult to the abandonment and misery of the common people of our state.
Check out his tweet and a copy of his letter below:
Read the full unread text of Prithvi Reddy’s letter here:
Karnataka Health and Family Welfare Minister B. Srinivasan took part in a mega rally in Chitradurga district on June 2 with more than a thousand people in Parashurampur village to welcome him.
At a time when the coronavirus is spreading rapidly in our country, the Minister of State for Health, who has a huge responsibility to protect the health of the people, has clearly violated the National Disaster Act by participating in an illegal event. And assembly.
Moreover, Health Minister B Sriramulu also violated the law and lockdown guidelines by hiding without a mask and not ensuring physical distance between the participants of the rally.
Therefore, the Aam Aadmi Party has requested you to file a voluntary complaint against B Sriramulu under Section 3 of the National Guidelines-3 of the Covid 19 Management Act – mass rallies for violating the law and Section 17 of the IPC, and also to take appropriate action against him. Will.
During the +0+ days of the lockdown, ordinary people across the country, including Karnataka, have faced many problems of life and livelihood, starvation, lack of basic necessities and many more, but still joined the fight against Kovid 19 to ensure that they do not spread the deadly virus. Instructs the government.
This act of the Minister is an insult to all the sacrifices and misery of the common people of our state
The minister’s actions have become like a ‘super spreader’ and strict imitative action should be taken immediately, otherwise it will show that the laws in our country are applicable only to the common people, not to the rich, powerful. , Or political class.