Muslim Central Committee leaders on Monday sought a clarification from deputy commissioner K G Jagadeesha as to why they were not invited for the peace meeting.Committee president K S Mohammed Masood told reporters that the Muslim Central Committee founded in 1968 has around 800 Jamaats under its jurisdiction.
"Previously, we used to get invitation for all such meetings, but we don't know why we were not invited this time.
"Arrest them and deport them from the region," he added.
MANGALURU: The Dakshina Kannada and Udupi District Muslim Central Committee on Monday criticized the district administration for not inviting the organization for the peace meeting chaired by district minister B Ramanath Rai.The district administration had held a peace meeting on July 13 after 48 days of prohibitory orders under Section 144 of IPC in the district (barring Mangaluru city police commissionerate) following incidents of communal clashes and murders.
Though ministers Rai, U T Khader, MLAs K Abhaychandra Jain, B A Mohiuddin Bava and leaders from various organisations took part in the meet and expressed their opinion, major political parties including BJP and JD(S) boycotted the meet.
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