Swamiji tells Hindu youths to lure Muslim girls; calls CM as'Maulana alias Siddeeq Siddaramaiah'

November 7, 2013
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Mangalore, Nov 7: Criticising the state government led by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah for introducing'Shaadi Bhagya' scheme for poor brides belonging only to minority communities, the state unit of Akhila Bharata Hindu Mahasabha (ABHM) demanded that the scheme be also extended out to backward girls from the Hindu community in the state.

Speaking at a press conference here on Thursday, working president of Hindu Mahasabha state unit Swami Pranavanandaram said that the Shaadi Bhagya scheme was merely appeasement politics on the part of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah who ought to change his name to'Maulana alias Siddeeq Siddaramaiah'.

‘Woo Muslim girls'

If the scheme is not extended to poor girls from the Hindu community, Hindu youth will be instigated to woo and marry Muslim girls, he said, adding that the Hindu Mahasabha would provide marriage certificates as well as protection, if such marriages took place in the future.

Objection to anti-superstitious bill

He also said that the bill proposed by Siddaramaiah which aimed at curtailing the traditional rituals and practices of saints and Sadhus in the name of superstitions should be immediately recalled. If not, the chief minister and the Congress government will be directly responsible for the unrest it would cause in the state in the coming days, he warned.

Speaking on the stampede that broke out during the annual pilgrimage in Sabarimale, Kerala in 2011 killing 110 pilgrims, he alleged that the unfortunate accident had terror suspect Yasin Bhatkal's involvement in it. There is suspicion that the stampede was triggered by associates of Yasin Bhatkal who had arrived at the scene in jeep bearing Karwar registration number, he claimed.

Ire to backlash against'khadga dikshe'

Swami Pranavanandaram also alleged that police officials of the higher rank were working in favour of'terrorist organisations' and had booked cases against sadhus in connection with'khadga dikshe' programme that had been announced earlier by Hindu Mahasabha. A convention will be held soon by the organisation in Mangalore, and an intense struggle will be taken up in this regard, he told mediapersons.

On the Saujanya rape and murder case, he said that the Hindu Mahasabha had no objection to CBI probe in the case. “However, the name of holy Kshetra Dharmasthala and Heggade family should not be maligned,” he said.

Hindu Mahasabha district vice-president Jayant Kumpala, district youth president Rajesh Pavithran, Mangalore taluk vice-president Marappa Rai, Talapady unit president Ram Kunder Talapady and others were present.

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January 13,2022

Bengaluru, Jan 13: Karnataka may witness 20,000 to 70,000 daily hospitalisations for Covid by the end of January or February 2.

These are the new projections made by researchers at the Indian Statistical Institute and Indian Institute of Science on Tuesday.

Similarly, projections made by the researchers for ICU bed requirement shows that the state will require 1,000 beds to more than 3,000 beds by February 2.

As per projections made by another group INDSCI-SIM (Indian Scientists’ Response to Covid-19), Karnataka, by January 25, will have 35,000 daily cases and 500 to 5,000 severe cases, based on whether individuals are fully vaccinated or unvaccinated.

Prof Gautam Menon, professor of Physics and Biology, Ashoka University, Haryana, who has worked on several Covid models and is a part of INDSCI-SIM, said, “Across the country, we expect six lakh to nine lakh new Covid cases to be reported at the peak between January 21 and February 10. By March, the curve will flatten. Another common thing with projections from other models is that the number of cases will be larger than the second wave.”

Private Hospitals and Nursing Homes Association (PHANA) president Dr H M Prasanna said, “The state’s private sector does not have 1.4 lakh beds as is being reported. When the second wave started, we checked and there were only 66,000 beds. This is as per the Suvarna Arogya Suraksha Trust portal. We don’t know when it increased. Maybe the government is factoring in medical college hospital beds.”

Estimating the number of beds in private hospitals, he said, there are around 6,500 private hospitals in Karnataka, apart from medical colleges.

“In all, there are 70,000 beds in private hospitals and medical colleges. In both the government and private sector, there may not be more than one lakh beds,” he said.

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January 13,2022

Benagluru, Jan 13: The Karnataka Congress on Thursday suspended its Mekedatu foot march amid surging Covid-19 cases in the country.

“We are temporarily stalling our foot march. Once the third wave subsides, we will resume our March from Ramanagara,” says Leader of the Opposition Siddaramaiah.

The party was holding a 10-day padayatra or 'Walk for Water' demanding a balancing reservoir across Cauvery river at Mekedatu in Ramanagara district.

Several party leaders, including Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge, tested positive for Covid-19. 

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January 21,2022

Bengaluru, Jan 21: Karnataka government, on Friday, decided to revoke the weekend curfew that the state government had imposed due to a surge in Covid-19 cases.

"This is subject to the condition that if the rate of hospitalisation goes up from the current 5%, we will impose weekend curfew again," said Revenue Minister R Ashoka.

However, night curfew will remain across the state. More details to follow. 

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