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CM trying to suppress Hindu outfits in Karnataka, alleges Vajradehi seer

CM trying to suppress Hindu outfits in Karnataka, alleges Vajradehi seer

Mangalore Today News Network

Kundapur, Mar 07, 2016 : "The Left parties which claim themselves to be intellectuals remain silent when Pakistan flags are waved in the country. This has given rise to the question as to whet her anti-nationalism was getting more importance than patriotism in the nation,"said  Sri Rajashekharananda Swamiji of Gurupur Vajradehi Mutt.


Speaking after inaugurating a Virat Hindu Samajotsava at Tekkatte under the joint auspices of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and the Bhajrang Dal, he accused Chief Minister Siddaramaiah  of trying to thwart Hindu organisations despite himself being a Hindu. He also took strong exception to the CM’s move of consulting Nidumamidi seer known for his Leftist ideology with regard to  a proposed religious bill, rather than consulting the Pejawar  Swamiji.

Stating that the caste system has weakened the Hindu society, the seer said no force can however suppress this religion.

Bhajrangdal leader Sharan Pumpwell who also spoke on the occasion, said baseless allegations are levelled by some people who are unwilling to tolerate  the  VHP and Bhajrangdal works of  instilling patriotism in the people. The efforts to suppress Hindu outfits in Karnataka will not meet with success, he claimed.

VHP Regional Organisational Secretary Gopalaji who delivered the key note address, said  Hinduism was unnecessarily targeted  in  the recent times  on the pretext of politics.

Ratnakar Shetty Badamane Giliyaru, an entrepreneur from Mumbai, presided over the function. Baikady Suprasad Shetty and several other Hindu leaders were present.

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Mallika Shetty, Kundapur Mon, March-7-2016, 1:54
Love and Respect for on another is very important . Caste in the one which divedes and bring differentiation in their thoughts.
Asha Devi, Udupi Mon, March-7-2016, 1:44
We all are humans on the whole . respect for one another is an important factor. No organisation are needed to create harmony and peace.
Shrikala Prabhu, Manipal Mon, March-7-2016, 12:04
Any get together on religious bases have to be banned by the nation. Our respect and love towards the religion have to previal in ourhearts and not for publicity
Gopalkrishna, Manglore Mon, March-7-2016, 12:01
Now a days the Swamiji’s give more of importance to politics.
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