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Cauvery water row: Events as they unfolded on Tuesday

By Kamna Arora | By Prashant V Singh | Last Updated: Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 22:38
Zee Media Bureau

The violence in the Cauvery water dispute claimed its second life on Tuesday. PM Modi expressed pain over the attacks and appealed for calm.

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22:38 PM

Prohibitory orders under section 144 CrPC and thereafter curfew orders in 16 PS limits will continue as already ordered: Bengaluru Police Commissioner.

21:55 PM

The Chennai police today cautioned against circulating "false information" on social media on the Cauvery issue and warned of appropriate legal action against offenders.

Police said it has come to notice in the last two days that some "miscreants" were attempting to promote enmity and hatred with an intention to incite violence, by "posting false information in the social media relating to incidents in Karnataka over the Cauvery issue".

"Such acts are considered as serious offences under penal laws and offenders will be prosecuted accordingly. Stringent legal action has already been initiated against such miscreants who had committed such acts," a city police release said.

21:55 PM

Puducherry Pradesh Congress committee today asked the Karnataka government to take stern action against those indulging in violence and vandalism over Cauvery water issue.  A meeting of the executive committee of the PCC adopted several resolutions including one on the Cauvery issue.

The resolution said "the current extraordinary situation in Karnataka on Cauvery water issue has come to cause concern. Innocent Tamils have been attacked and their properties are damaged." It requested the Karnataka government to take stern measures against 'perpetrators of violence' and ensure that Tamils were provided appropriate protection.

21:53 PM

In the backdrop of violence in Bengaluru and other parts of Karnataka over the Cauvery water issue, the Hyderabad police today issued advisory to TV channels asking them not to air visuals pertaining to the violence, which may potentially create law and order problem.

"It has been brought to the notice of the Authorised Officer under The Cable TV Networks ( Regulation) Act 1995, that visuals having huge potential for inciting mob violence which relate to the ongoing violence in Bangalore (Bengaluru) city are being transmitted/retransmitted through the Cable TV Networks in Hyderabad city," the police said in a statement, as per PTI.

20:38 PM

The violence in the Cauvery water dispute claimed its second life on Tuesday, as an uneasy calm hung over worst-hit Bengaluru amid sporadic protests in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu marked by targeted attacks.

20:09 PM

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has urged that the image of 'Brand Bengaluru' as India's tech capital should not be sullied with further violence, as was witnessed on Monday.

19:21 PM

Vistara, Jet Airways and Air India waive off flight cancellation or change fees for flights to and from Bengaluru for specific time

19:19 PM

Jet Airways waives off penalties for date change and flight change on confirmed tickets to and from Bengaluru for Sep 13

18:18 PM

Schools and colleges to open tomorrow in Bengaluru, Section 144 will remain in force till tomorrow evening, according to NDTV

17:45 PM

Omni bus services from Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) to Bengaluru temporarily suspended after curfew imposed in many areas in Karnataka due too Cauvery issue protests.

First Published: Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 22:39
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