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Mallikarjun Kharge On Bajrang Dal Controversy

Mallikarjun Kharge mentioned, ” We’re not obliged to answer to Basavaraj Bommai’s queries”.


Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge at this time refused to talk on the controversy over the proposed ban on Bajrang Dal within the occasion’s manifesto for Karnataka. “Dr Parameshwara has already clarified. He was the chairman of the drafting committee. He has already replied yesterday, I do not wish to reply,” he instructed NDTV. “As soon as my occasion folks have replied, I do not wish to give my particular person opinion,” he added.

Requested about Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s remark that Bajrang Dal leaders will insurgent towards Congress, he mentioned, “No matter Bommai is saying, he mentioned… We’re not obliged to answer to Bommai’s queries or if he desires to say (something), our individuals are there at state degree, they may reply”.

Whereas releasing its manifesto for the Might 10 meeting elections in Karnataka, the Congress had mentioned that it’s dedicated to taking agency and decisive motion towards people and organisations such because the Bajrang Dal and the Standard Entrance of India (PFI), together with banning them, for “spreading hatred” amongst communities over caste and faith.

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit out on the Congress, calling the occasion’s ban promise an try and lock up the devotees of Lord Hanuman. The Congress had earlier locked up Lord Ram, and now it wished to lock up those that chant ‘Jai Bajrang Bali’ (Hail Hanuman), he mentioned.

The Congress, in response, mentioned it was shameful that the Prime Minister has drawn such a parallel. “The prime minister is insulting our religion in Lord Hanuman. He ought to apologise to the nation as he has damage our spiritual sentiments. Nobody has given the prime minister the fitting to insult Bajrang Bali,” mentioned senior Congress chief Pawan Khera.

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