Bengaluru: The Karnataka Police has arrested three students from Sri Siddhartha Institute of Technology in Tumkur city for raising anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans.
On Tuesday, at least 200 Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) activists had staged a protest against sloganeering.
Home Minister G Parameshwara's family runs the institute.
According to reports, father of one of the three students works in the Indian Army.
The Bengaluru Police has, meanwhile, booked Amnesty International on charges of sedition and Kashmiri students for raising 'azaadi' slogans at an event organised by the human rights body in the United Theological College here on August 13.
Bengaluru Police Commissioner NS Megharikh last night confirmed that 'azadi' (freedom) slogans were raised at a cultural programme Amnesty International India organised here on alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir.