Thursday, October 26, 2006

Ex-Prime Minister H. D. Deve Gowda's hooligan grandson


India is a land of a large number of civilized and peace-loving people ruled by a small minority of thieves, murderers, and hooligans. What a shame.

Times of India reports:

'I am the CM's son, I will get this hotel blown up'

BANGALORE: Politicians’ sons can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Karnataka CM H D Kumaraswamy’s son Nikhil Gowda joined Rahul Mahajan and Manu Sharma as a member of the influential brat-pack when he and his friends chucked beer bottles and smashed up a Bangalore hotel at 3.30 am on Thursday after they were denied a meal at that hour.

Nikhil, a college dropout, Hummer-driving 19-year-old fastlane grandson of humble farmer ex-PM H D Deve Gowda, and his two friends — all reportedly under the influence of alcohol — allegedly attacked staffers of Hotel Empire International on Church Street after they refused to serve them. They sustained injuries when the staffers retaliated and had to be taken to hospital for treatment.

"I am the CM's son and I'll get this hotel blown up and closed," Nikhil was quoted as saying by one of the hotel employees who spoke on condition of anonymity. The employees did not budge. This led to an altercation between Nikhil and friends, and the hotel staff.

Police Commissioner N Achuta Rao told TOI: "A complaint has been registered at the Cubbon Park police station by Nikhil, son of the CM, against the hotel staffers. The hotelier also registered a complaint that unknown persons ransacked his premises and assaulted his staffers."

According to Cubbon Park police station records, at around 3.30 am, an inebriated Nikhil and his friends, Sayed and Manjunath, went to the hotel which remains open beyond midnight. With beer bottles in hand, they entered the restaurant which was already closed for customers. The staffers were cleaning the premises.



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