- Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar mercilessly swooped down on a man who wanted to take a selfie
- DK Shivakumar mercilessly rebukes the man and invokes former PM Rajiv Gandhi
- Earlier, the Congress leader tore the Karnataka Anti-Conversion Bill in the Assembly
Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar on Wednesday lost his cool and scolded a man who tried to take a selfie with him in Mandya.
In a video that is going viral, Congress leaders are mercilessly pushing the hand of a man who wants to take a selfie with the leader.
Shivakumar invoked former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and said, “We don’t know what could be in one’s hands. You know what happened to Rajiv Gandhi. Sometimes, human anger and emotions come to the fore. There’s nothing wrong with that.”
Last week, DK Shivakumar angrily tore the copy of the anti-conversion bill in the Karnataka Assembly after it was introduced in the House by the ruling BJP-led government. The Congress had termed it as ‘draconian and anti-constitutional’.
The Bill proposes imprisonment of three to five years with a fine of Rs 25,000, while for violation of provisions with respect to minors, women, SC/ST, offenders shall be punished with imprisonment of three to ten years and a fine of not less than Rs. Will have to face 50,000 Rs.