Yadgiri police book suo-motu cases against Sri Rama Sene leaders

Yadgiri police book suo-motu cases against Sri Rama Sene leaders

The Yadgiri police have registered suo-motu cases against Sri Rama Sene Hindu activist leaders on allegations that they made 'provocative speeches' at the Virat Hindu Samavesha held in the city recently by the Sene.

According to Yadagiri Superintendent of Police Ida Martin Marbiniang, cases have been registered against:

Sene national president Pramod Muthalik, Karuneshwara Mutt seer Siddalinga Swamiji of Andola (Jevargi), Sene's Hyderabad unit president Vijay Patil and MLA Raja Singh Thakur of Goshamal constituency in Telangana.

The Sri Rama Sene had asked police for permission to hold Virat Hindu Samavesha on December 12 which was initially denied, given the BJP's Parivarthana Yatra.

The Sene called a press meet protesting the denial by police, post which, police did give the Sene permission to hold the Virat HinduSamavesha.

It is alleged that the activist leaders who addressed the gathering on that occasion used 'provocative language'.

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