Muthalik dares state govt to ban Hindu outfits

Muthalik dares state govt to ban Hindu outfits

Sri Ram Sene founder president Pramod Muthalik has dared the state government to impose a ban on RSS, Sri Rama Sene and Bajrang Dal.

Addressing reporters here on Thursday, he said that despite the PFI being involved in a series of murders of Hindu activists, the government has not banned the organisation which is active in 21 districts of the state. The state government should stop carrying out false propaganda of Hindu outfits by comparing them with PFI.

"The chief minister's statement that the members of RSS and BJP are extremists, reflects his ignorance. If the CM has any proof supporting his comment, he should provide the same to the Union Home Ministry. Siddaramaiah should remember that too much of minority appeasement may erode Hindu votebank," Muthalik said and urged the CM to withdraw his controversial remark. The Congress party is on the verge of extinction because of ignoring the feelings of Hindus, he said.

Expressing condolence over the death of Mudigere student Dhanyashree, he said that Hindu activists meant no offense to her. On the contrary, they wanted to save her, he said.

The statement by Goa CM Manohar Parrikar against Gau Rakshaks is condemnable, Muthalik said. "We will not let beef to be transported from Belagavi," he said.

Muthalik said that he had attended an investigation at the JMFC First Additional Court regarding the denial of entrance to Naga Sadhus to the Datta Peetha. The next hearing will come up on February 14. Sri Ram Sene leaders K V Mahesh Kumar Kattinamane, Mohan Bhatan, Durga Sene leader Sharadamma also attended the court proceedings, he added.

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