The newly elected government in the Karnataka Assembly was presenting its budget on Friday, during which an incident raised questions on the security arrangements in the Assembly. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah was presenting the budget in the assembly on Friday, during which an unknown and unauthorized person was seen sitting on the MLA’s seat. He sat on the chair for 15 minutes. However, he was later arrested. According to the information, this unknown person entered the assembly building and sat on the chair of Devdurga MLA Kariamma.
first case in the history of the legislature
On Friday, when the Karnataka Assembly was busy in the budget session, a man entered the Assembly in Bengaluru and sat on the chair of JDS MLA Karimamma. This person has been arrested. Police said the man, a resident of Karnataka’s Chitradurga district, claimed that he entered the assembly without permission as he wanted to attend the budget session. This is the first time in the history of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly that a person has entered the House in this manner.
arrest of unknown person
When the man was questioned, the accused man, around 70 years old, insisted that he was an MLA, but had no evidence to support his claim. Security officials were called to take out this person who had entered the assembly like this. The information about this incident has also been given to the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. The incident has raised questions on the security arrangements at the Karnataka State Assembly building. Authorities launched an investigation and arrested him hours after the incident.
This information was given to the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly.
The man barged into the assembly without permission and was noticed when he was seen sitting on the MLA’s designated chair during the budget session. Seeing an unknown face in the House, the JDS MLA informed and alerted the Speaker and the Assembly Secretary. He said that an unknown person has captured the seat of JDS MLA Karimamma in the assembly.