24 retired Civil Service officers were urged to postpone Hussain’s oath.

News24 retired Civil Service officers were urged to postpone Hussain’s oath.


In a letter to Vice President Jagdeep Danker on Wednesday, twenty-four retired civil service officers from the IAS, IPS, IFS, and IRS urged him to postpone giving newly appointed Rajya Sabha member Naseer Hussain the oath of office until the legal proceedings surrounding the raising of the Pakistan Zindabad slogans are concluded. During Hussain’s victory celebration on the grounds of the Karnataka Assembly, these slogans were made. 

Press reports have brought to our attention that, following the announcement by the Election Commission of India that Syed Naseer Hussain had been elected to the State of Karnataka’s Rajya Sabha, some of his elected supporters publicly chanted Pakistan Zindabad in celebration of his victory within the Vidhana Soudha, a protected area and a sacred temple of democracy. The letter stated that Syed Naseer Hussain’s recommendation and knowledge allowed all of his supporters to enter the State Legislature Building Vidhana Soudha’s protected area, where they celebrated Hussain’s election victory. 

Thus, we humbly ask that the administration of the oath to Syed Naseer Hussain, the recently elected member of the Rajya Sabha, be postponed until the legal proceedings are concluded and that the member be cleared of any involvement in the entire incident. We kindly ask that you take prompt, appropriate action in this regard. The letter continued. Three days of police custody were earlier on Tuesday granted to the three individuals detained in relation to the purportedly pro-Pakistan slogan at Vidhana Soudha in Karnataka by Bengaluru Court. Three people were detained by the Bengaluru police on March 4 for allegedly yelling at Pakistan Zindabad during Naseer Hussain’s victory celebrations.

Shekhar HT’, the Deputy Commissioner of Bengaluru Police’s Central Division, verified that the FSL report, corroborative evidence, and testimonies from the witnesses assembled at the scene served as the basis for the arrest. The press release via the Deputy Commissioner of Police Central Division of Bangalore City stated that the three accused individuals were arrested and legal action was started against them based on the FSL report, circumstances, evidence, witness statement, and available evidence. The accused are Mohammed Shafi Nashipudi from Byadagi in the Haveri district, Munawar from RT Nagar in Bengaluru, and Iltaz from Delhi. Dr. G. Parameshwara, the home minister of Karnataka, stated the FSL report verified that Pakistan Zindabad slogans were yelled during Naseer Hussain’s victory celebration at the Vidhana Soudha complex.



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