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25 ‘Furious’ Hindus Will Contest Next Assembly Elections In Karnataka: Shri Ram Sena Chief Pramod Muthalik


The chief of the Shri Ram Sena said that 25 “radical” Hindutva including him would contest the assembly elections.
Pramod Muthalik said that the Hindus who won in BJP have not been able to do anything.
Pramod Muthalik said that all these candidates will contest as independents.

Chikmagalur. Right-wing outfit Sri Ram Sena chief Pramod Muthalik on Sunday said 25 “radical” Hinduists, including him, will contest next year’s assembly elections in Karnataka as independent candidates. Muthalik claimed that its purpose was to protect Hindus. He alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which came to power with the support of Hindus, had failed to protect the community and Hindutva.

Mutalik said, ‘BJP was formed for Hindutva. Apart from Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) at the Center and Yogi (Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath) in Uttar Pradesh, there is no one else who is working to save Hindutva. The hard-won BJP, won by the hard work of Hindus in Karnataka, has not been able to protect Hindus and Hindu workers.

He said, ‘The Hindus who won in BJP have not been able to do anything. In Karnataka, we extreme Hinduists have resolved to enter politics to save Hindutva, so in the upcoming assembly elections of 2023, 25 extreme Hinduists will contest as independent candidates. Senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah on Thursday questioned the silence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the ‘mis-governance’ in Karnataka, repeating the sarcasm of the ’40 per cent commission government’.

Ahead of Modi’s visit to the state on Friday, the former chief minister in an open letter hit out at BJP ministers, terming some as “gangsters” who are involved in scams. The Leader of the Opposition in the Karnataka Assembly alleged that the Prime Minister showed indifference to the written complaints of the victims of the state’s ’40 per cent commission government’. Siddaramaiah alleged, “The BJP government in the state has become synonymous with corruption and this government is being widely referred to as ’40 per cent government’ by the public and the media.”

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