Karnataka High court questions Bengaluru Police for not giving permission to a Sunny Leone’s arrival for New year party.
High court questions Police department for not permitting Sunny Leone to Bengaluru:
A Private organization held an event called “Sunny Nights” for this upcoming new year 2018 and they invited Sunny Leone for this event. As soon as the people came to know that Sunny Leone is being invited to this event, tickets were sold rapidly at a very higher cost.
Back in 2017, there was too much violence and a public disturbance between the crowd and police. Mass molestation of women on New Year’s Eve in Bengaluru puts us all to shame. The police department was not able to take the situation under control.
To avoid such scenario this time, the police department was not ready to take the risk and hence denied to give permission for Sunny Leone arrival. But this decision led to several controversies. However, the private organization appealed in High court for denying the permit.
The high court questioned the police department for this decision. DCP Girish told that police department never granted the permission for such kind of events in Bengaluru thinking this may lead to public disturbance. He told that they could reconsider the decision if the organization provide us further clarification.
The high court noted DCP Girish statement and instructed the police department to give permission within 25th December 2017 by putting certain restrictions under the law.