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I am glad Ishqiya came along. India still does not have one that is interesting enough or fun. Raising eyebrows over the issuance of such a large number of arms licences to Mishra? I like the bit of a drama in my dress. Before you go, the police station has received frequent complaints about some “sniper” firing pellets at the residents of Upen Banerrjee Road. “Till recently the police were clueless as to who was committing this crime and pressure was mounting on us” he said In the past six months there were seven such indents and the last complaint came around three days ago when Paul a part-time lecturer at Asutosh College in south Kolkata shot at the back of a youth and injured him In earlier cases a couple of women and even a child had been among Paul’s “victims” Once he allegedly fired at a man’s forehead As tempers began to rise against the police’s inability to catch the attacker Parnashree thana deployed “all its resources to make a breakthrough” “The breakthrough finally came a few days back when underground sources police watchers managed to zero in on the house of the lecturer Today we caught him with the airgun which he used to shoot at people” said Manjhi The lecturer reportedly told the police that a few years ago he had an accidental fall in the locality and injured his collar bone However none of his neighbours came to his assistance which gave the “birth to an intense revenge motive” the police said He had bought the airgun around 10 years ago from Lalbazar To buy an airgun and its pellets one does not require a firearm licence police said Majhi said: “There is no doubt that it is a kind of mental distortion” Paul meanwhile was produced before the Alipore court and remanded to police custody For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Johnson T A | Bellary | Updated: April 11 2014 9:20 am Related News Theree of his MLAs including a nephew are in prison awaiting trial for their alleged role in the illegal mining mafia that looted the mineral rich district of Bellary of over Rs 20000 crore worth of iron ore between 2009 and 2011 His former strategist is in prison for masterminding the loot The mining industry the lifeblood of Bellary hit its nadir after his sister became the Bellary MP Despite all the trouble caused by the Reddy brothers of Bellary in the last decade and the subsequent unravelling of their empire in the district the political lynchpin of the group B Sreeramulu 43 whose re-entry into the BJP was opposed by his former benefactor senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj remains a force to be reckoned with as he takes on former Orissa High Court chief justice N Y Hanumanthappa of the Congress in the Lok Sabha polls A combination of the Modi factor mainly his pro-industry face Sreeramulu’s stature as the predominant leader of the Valmiki Nayak tribe who make up a quarter of the nearly 16 lakh electorate in Bellary the coming together of various factions of the BJP and a yawning distance between the Congress candidate and the electorate are all contributing to Sreeramulu’s pre-eminence despite lurking fears in various quarters of a return to the lawlessness of the past Once a Congress stronghold and famous for the 1999 battle between Sonia Gandhi and Sushma Swaraj before descending into chaos over the last decade under Sreeramulu and G Janardhan Reddy Bellary is in a unique and piquant situation in the run-up to the April 17 polls While there is a Modi factor in play it is also befuddling voters especially those allied with the mining industry and dependent on it for their livelihoods since it means voting for Sreeramulu who was a part of the Reddy group that indulged in rampant illegal mining though he himself was never directly charged in the looting Sreeramulu who in 2009-10 along with the Reddy brothers had proposed investment of their mining funds in 350 Lok Sabha constituencies to help their “mother’’ Sushma Swaraj become the prime minister in 2014 is now telling voters that he is fighting the elections to help Modi become the prime minister One of the Reddy brothers Somashekhar who is an active member of the Sreeramulu campaign is telling voters that if Modi becomes the prime minister his jailed brother and former BJP minister G Janardhan Reddy will be free by June and Sreeramulu will be in the BJP ministry “The only man who can bring progress is Modi He should become the prime minister and voting for me will help achieve this’’ Sreeramulu said at a meeting in Bellary last week Though he never mentioned Janardhan Reddy he claimed that it was the BJP who helped improve Bellary in recent years and not the Congress With over one lakh crore invested in mining-allied activities in the region and nearly 30 of the existing 80 sponge iron factories in Bellary shut down in recent times on account of the crackdown on illegal mining activities perpetrated by the Reddy group players in the mining industry are keen that the MP who is elected from Bellary should speak for their industry in Delhi “They think that Modi will help revive the mining industry but are wary of a return to a lawless situation like in 2009-11 by voting for Sreeramulu They are also afraid to support any other party for fear of reprisals if Sreeramulu becomes the MP’’ said former Congress MP K C Kondaiah The battle is poised delicately with Sreeramulu a Scheduled Tribe member enjoying an edge on account of his sway over 75 per cent of the nearly four lakh Valmiki Nayak (ST) community members in the region and with the nearly 10 per cent Muslim voters gravitating towards the Congress because of the Modi factor In the state polls held last May the BSR Congress party floated by Sreeramulu after he quit the BJP following the illegal mining investigations won three of the eight assembly segments in the Bellary LS constituency — the BJP won one JDS one and the Congress three With the recent merger of the BSR Congress and former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa’s Karnataka Janata Party with the BJP the resurgent BJP now controls four of the eight assembly segments and its vote share as per the 2013 results has surged ahead to 44 lakh votes compared to the Congress’s 32 lakh votes However apart from Sreeramulu the party’s three other MLAs including his nephew are in prison for illegal mining “Those in prison have sent word to their supporters to vote for Sreeramulu However Sreeramulu is also campaigning door-to-door in Kudligi and Kampli which are the key constituencies for him along with his own Bellary Rural and the Hospet seat won by the BJP’’ said an aide to Sreeramulu In 2009 the BJP — which won Bellary for the first time in 2004 with a Reddy brother Karunakar as its candidate — had fielded Sreeramulu’s sister J Shanta who managed to win by a narrow margin of 2000 votes against Hanumanthappa also from the Valmiki Nayak community The Congress’s decision to field Hanumanthappa again has been criticised as he has not been seen in the constituency since the 2009 polls “He is an elderly man a former judge I would not like to speak against him but it is true that he has not been involved with Bellary at all He never spoke a word at the height of the illegal mining racket in the region’’ said Shivakumar Malagi 31 a former journalist and the Aam Aadmi Party candidate from Bellary Hanumanthappa 73 has refuted charges by his opponents that he is an old man who cannot do much “I don’t need to dance in parliament or do anything else I need to raise issues pertaining to Bellary’’ he told a gathering of voters in the largely Muslim area of Mullarpet in Bellary last week “I don’t think I lost in 2009 I believe I won The margin was manipulated’’ he claimed According to Malagi voters in the region have in recent years been seduced by the money thrown at them by candidates to such an extent that they now expect all candidates to pay for votes He said the more the deputy commissioner of the district restricts the flow of money in the election the better were his chances “There are many educated well-meaning people who are willing to move out of Sreeramulu’s shadow and support a new candidate but they are scared to come out in the open’’ said Malagi “It is an even battle now but the Congress needs to somehow surge forward in the next few days by consolidating the minority and backward caste support There are many especially among the forward castes business people and industrialists who are on the fence because Modi is linked to Sreeramulu They will cast their votes silently and can be crucial in the end’’ said Kondaiah “The Congress is ruling in Karnataka it runs the Bellary city corporation and the zilla panchayat it enjoys an advantage’’ said former Congress minister from Bellary Allum Veerbhadrappa On the street however the voices are different “Sreeramulu is very popular among the youth Earlier Bellary was a place you sent people to as punishment Now government officers pay for postings in Bellary It is because of Sreeramulu’’ said Vishwanath 30 a two-wheeler mechanic For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News who had mastered the structured intricacies of Carnatic music at such an early age,Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 15 Rupani’s team has been surveying his Assembly constituency — Rajkot West — to scout for beneficiaries for various government schemes. leader of the JD(U) group in the Rajya Sabha.

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