Bengaluru says no to Sunny Leone event; heres why its so
Bengaluru based Sunny Leone fans would have to contend with watching their favorite star on television as the Bengaluru police has finally denied permission for an event featuring her.
A notice was issued in this regard by Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) (North-East) Girish to M S Harish, Managing Director, The Time Creations, the advertising firm which was organising the event.
After the city police denied permission for the event following protests by pro-Kannada outfits over Leone’s presence, the organisers filed a petition in the High Court.
The High Court had given the police time until December 25 to either permit the event or mention the grounds on which they would deny permission.
No proper clarifications on various issues ranging from permissions to be obtained from various departments to proper requisite arrangements.
The Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru City had filed an affidavit a few days ago before the Ho’nble High Court of Karnataka that Bengaluru City Police will take care of law and order in the city. In lieu of this since law and order has to be maintained throughout the city including the huge gatherings at MG Road/Brigade road special attention cannot be given to this proposed program at White Orchid.
Though the organiser claims to sell only 8000 tickets, Intelligence inputs forecast a much bigger crowd to assemble at the venue. (as tweeted by Bengaluru City Police @BlrCityPolice). >