Karnataka Home Minister Dr. G Parameswara stirred up controversy on Thursday with his comments about the assault on a Tanzanian woman in Bengaluru.The victim, a BBM student and her three friends were allegedly attacked by an angry mob after a 35-year-old female pedestrian was knocked down by another car belonging to a Sudanese student on January 31. The mob beat up the students and set their car on fire.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The incident came to light on Tuesday when the victim approached the All African Students Union, following which a complaint was raised to the Tanzanian Embassy. It was also alleged that the woman was stripped and paraded naked by the angry mob. In a press conference, the minister rubbished all reports of the incident being a racist attack. He also stressed that the victim was not stripped or paraded naked.However, a certain comment by Parameswara has generated extreme outrage among the masses. The Home Minister said that, “Had the Sudanese man not killed someone in the accident, maybe this incident wouldn’t have happened.”This comment has not gone down well with several Twitteratti who have condemned it too. Check out few tweets here:

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Tanzanian woman assaulted: Twitter mocks Karnataka Home Minister for his insensitive comment