Karnataka: After BJP MP’s Warning Domes At Mysuru Bus Stop Disappear Overnight


BJP MP Pratap Simha said that the domes appeared like a mosque and set a deadline for action in the matter

Mysuru: A dome perched on a bus stop at Mysuru in Karnataka disappeared overnight on Sunday. The BJP MP Pratap Simha threatened to demolish the domes. He underlined that two domes that flanked the main dome made on the bus stand. He said that the domes appeared like a mosque and set a deadline for action in the matter.

Later, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) issued a notice to the officials and demanded an explanation over the matter.

Speaking on the matter, Ramdas said, “The bus stop shouldn’t be in controversy. I constructed 12 bus stops across Mysuru as a model palace. But it was given communal colour, and it has hurt me. After taking the opinion of seniors, I demolished two small gumbaz (Dome) and retained the big gumbaz. People should not perceive it otherwise. The decision was taken in the interest of development.”

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Congress MLA Tanveer stated that no matter what it takes, he won’t allow the demolition of domes.

After the sudden disappearance of the domes, Pratap Simha wrote in a tweet, “If there is a big dome in the middle and two smaller domes next to each other, it is a mosque. Thanks to the District Collector who asked for time and kept his word and to Ramdas ji who understood the reality and bowed to the referendum.”


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