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Yellur Sign board removed

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A Division Bench comprising Chief Justice D.H. Waghela and Justice H.G. Ramesh issued the directions, while hearing a public interest litigation petition filed by Bhimappa Gundappa Gadad, a social worker from Belgaum.

The High Court of Karnataka on Monday had directed the State government to file an affidavit within a week about the action to be initiated pertaining to the installation of a controversial signboard that indicates that Yellur village is in Maharashtra though it is part of Karnataka.yellur-board belgaum

The sign board was removed in heavy police presence on Friday in accordance to the above HC order, the authorities said.

Heavy police deployment is done at the village currently.

8 thoughts on “Yellur Sign board removed”

    • You will surely get the answer.. few kannadiga will be burnt In maharashtra & few will be killed in the trains coming from Karnataka.. just wait & watch

  1. Idiotic people have started smashing and torching buses in both question to these people is what wrong have these buses done? They simply ferry common people as passengers irrespective of their state citizenship.its just a damage to public property for political profit.

  2. Few more days & we will check all buses & trains coming from Borders beat each & every Kannadiga.. Just wait & watch..


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