Ambulances were called at Sun City lest someone should suffer any negative consequences from the plumes of smoke entering the apartments.
The New Police chief of Bengaluru, Pravin Sood said that no mass molestation had happened on Newyear's eve. He later said that while such an act could have happened in a large city of 10 million, there was no evidence to prove it.
Stood expressed his "Strong objection" the word "mass molestation", saying "In fact, it would be a great disservice".
Bengaluru: New video footage shows two men groping and assaulting a woman on January 1, was released to Media by a Bangalore resident. The incident which occurred around 2.30am on Sunday, was recorded in a CCTV footage installed at the Kammanahalli 5th Main Road in East Bengaluru.
The horrifying video shows two men on a scooter, blocking the path of the woman on the street and one of the men getting off the scooter and started groping her. As she tries to get away, the man drags her towards his partner. They try to pull off her clothes. Unable to abduct her, the woman suffers a brutal blow at the hands of these men before they leave her on the road and flee away.
Witnesses have described the horror on Bengaluru's famous MG Road on New Year's Eve, when several women were molested as thousands of revelers poured out on to the street close to midnight.
Bengaluru New Year Molestation: Karnataka Minister Shocking Statement and Police Inaction financialexpress.com
Karnataka Home Minister, G Parmeshwara reacted in a shocking manner to the incidents on Monday saying, “Such incidents do happen on New Year day and on Christmas. We take a lot of precautions.”