Govt abetting terrorism, says Muthalik

Govt abetting terrorism, says Muthalik

The State government is abetting terrorism by withdrawing criminal cases against the activists of Karnataka Forum for Dignity and Popular Front of India, who were directly involved in riots in Shivamogga, Hassan and Mysuru, said Shri Rama Sene chief Pramod Muthalik.

Addressing a press conference on Thursday, Muthalik said Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy had submitted a report to the Central government stating that PFI should be banned as it was directly linked with the Students Islamic Movement of India and al-Qaeda.

“Chandy had submitted an affidavit in the high court stating that the organisation had joined hands with these traitor outfits. Yet, to appease Muslims, the Karnataka government has withdrawn the cases,” he said.

Muthalik said protests would be held with the support of the public in case the State government did not take action on the issue.

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