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Mangaluru: ‘I want to be voice of Hindus in State Assembly’

Pramod Muthalik
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Mangaluru: Sri Rama Sene Chief Pramod Muthalik said that the BJP has sidelined its Hindutva agenda in the State.

Speaking to mediapersons on Saturday December 17, he said that he wants to be the voice of Hindus in the State Assembly and will declare his candidacy and the constituency before the end of the month.

Muthalik informed that he has conducted surveys in about eight Assembly constituencies and will shortly decide which district he would be running in. One of the prospective constituencies is Karkala in the Udupi district, which is represented by the state’s energy minister, V Sunil Kumar.

He said that Sunil Kumar is responsible for bringing false charges against him and other Sene activists. He asserted that the BJP looks to be following the same path as the Congress, which has tried to demean Hindu workers.

In addition to Karkala, Sringeri, Belagavi South, Dharawad, and Terdal, Jamkhandi (Bagalakote) are also considered for contesting the poll, he said.

The police labelled hundreds of Hindu activists as rowdy-sheeters and imprisoned them. He asserted that the BJP government will lose support from the majority of Hindus if it does not change its attitude toward Hindu workers, he added.

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