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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November 25,2022

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Mangaluru, Nov 25: BJP government will not allow the anti-social elements to thrive in the society at any cost, said district-in-charge minister V Sunil Kumar. 

Speaking after visiting Nagori on Friday, where a blast occurred in a moving autorickshaw on November 19, the minister said the government would not take soft stand towards those organisations that aim at creating fear in the society.

Mr Kumar, who is also minister for Energy, Kannada and Culture, said the society should unitedly fight against such anti-social elements. “It is learnt through media reports that, as a continuation of the blast, there was conspiracy to target Kadri Temple, some offices and public places. It shows that the whole purpose of the act is to target the Hindu society. There is a larger conspiracy at the state and national level, which has been foiled,” he said.  

“I condemn the incident and the state government has taken all measures to tackle the incident effectively. To know the depth of the case and those behind the incident and to crack the case, the case has been handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA),” he said.

"The government has been taking bold steps to foil the conspiracies aimed at spreading fear in the society. After the Shivamogga incident and Praveen Nettaru murder, the government had taken steps to ban organisations like the PFI, which is also part of the bold steps taken by the government to curb anti-social activities in the society."

“We are confident of the national investigation agency and the police investigation,” said Sunil.

On demand for setting up NIA office in Mangaluru, he said, “it will be a reality one or other day. The centre has responded to the demand. The guidelines and rules pertaining to it are being looked into by the government. Further, we have taken all steps that need to be taken to check such incidents in the future. Such a fearful situation should not be created not only in Karnataka but also in any other parts of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it clear that he will not rest without ending terrorism. More than that, the entire society must unitedly fight against it. The society should be cautious against those who support such activities directly or indirectly,” said the Minister.

The minister said that elected representatives and the BJP will bear the medical expenses of the treatment of auto driver Purushotham K who suffered injuries in an auto blast at Nagori in Mangaluru on November 19.

Steps will be taken to provide compensation from the government to the family. The district administration will send a proposal to the state government, he said.

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December 8,2022

Bengaluru, Dec 8: With the BJP registering a massive win in Gujarat, Revenue Minister R Ashoka claimed on Thursday that at least 10-12 Congress lawmakers would switch over to the saffron party in Karnataka where elections are due in April-May next year.

“Many are waiting to quit the Congress and join the BJP. Many of them are in touch with us, at least 10-12 people. Our high command will decide about this. It is guaranteed that there are people who want to switch,” Ashoka said. 

Congress has no future in India and Karnataka, Ashoka insisted. “We’re seeing that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is taking Congress’ place. Congress’ votes are shifting to AAP. In Karnataka, if AAP manages to get 4-5 per cent votes, Congress will get decimated. Such is the situation in Karnataka,” Ashoka claimed. 

Reacting to the Gujarat election result, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai maintained that it would have a “positive impact” on Karnataka. “This shows that people support an administration that has good governance. Gujarat has shown that there’s pro-incumbency. Winning seven times isn’t easy. For pro-incumbency, governments have to perform. And, it was PM Modi who laid the foundation,” Bommai said. 

Defending the BJP’s loss in the Delhi civic body polls, Bommai said it cannot be compared with an Assembly election. “Being in power for 15 years in a local body is a big achievement in itself. There will be many local issues and the number of voters is small with a multi-cornered contest,” he said. 

Former chief minister BS Yediyurappa asserted that the BJP would win over 140 seats in the Karnataka election. “I’ve said before that we’re not dependent on any election result. We have our own strength here and the party has grown. We’re giving good administration,” he said, adding that the Gujarat result was “a big support and inspiration” to party workers. 

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November 29,2022

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Bengaluru, Nov 29: Two days after senior BJP leaders were seen sharing stage with notorious rowdy ‘Silent’ Sunil, Karnataka BJP president Nalin Kumar Kateel today said that the contractor killer has no place in the saffron party. 

Responding to the speculation that Sunil would join the BJP to make his political debut, Kateel, who is also the MP of Dakshina Kannada, said: “At no cost will ‘Silent’ Sunil be allowed to join the party.” 

BJP MPs PC Mohan, Tejasvi Surya, Chickpet MLA Uday Garudachar and Bengaluru South BJP president N R Ramesh were seen with ‘Silent’ Sunil at a blood donation camp held at Chamarajpet.

Once Bengaluru’s most feared contract killer, Sunil claims to have shunned the world of crime and taken to social service. He is said to be considering entering politics. At the camp, he was seen wearing a saffron shawl.

Kateel said he would look into how BJP leaders ended up at the event where ‘Silent’ Sunil was present. 

“I will seek an explanation from party leaders who attended the event,” Kateel said. “Going forward, party leaders should make sure such incidents do not repeat. All matters should be brought to the party’s notice,” he said. 

The BJP, Kateel said, does not tolerate extremists, terrorists and people with a criminal background.

The Congress has attacked the BJP over the episode. “BJP’s recipe for Bangaloreans,” AICC general secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala said. “Rowdy sheeters who can’t be found in raid by police are found with BJP leaders on public platform, joining politics and inspired by Modi. Those involved in “betting” in the past, now also inspired by BJP & Modi,” he said in a tweet. 

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