Mangalore: UPA Appeasing Minorities with Communal Violence Bill - Mutalik

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Mangalore, Jul 31: Sri Rama Sene chief Pramod Mutalik on Sunday July 31 lambasted the union government and the National Advisory Council on the issue of the proposed Prevention of Communal Violence Bill, calling it anti-Hindu.

Speaking at a press meet here on Sunday, Mutalik said that the union government was trying hard to appease the minorities and the proposed Bill was just another way to create a vote-bank.

Noting that the Advisory Council which drafted the Bill included members mostly from the minority communities 'who were anti-Hindu', he said that the Council should have included representatives of the Hindu community too, like swamis and heads of Mutts.

He also made a reference to Bhatkal's alleged links with terror outfits and called for a thorough investigation, and when asked about RSS links, rubbished the allegation.

Among those present were Kumar Malemar, Prasad Attavar and others.


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  • VINCY, shamboor/Bangkok

    Sun, Jul 31 2011

    How come he is Mangalore.I thought Mangalore has no place for these special charectors.The media should boycott his public appearance.

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  • Srinivasa, Mangalore

    Sun, Jul 31 2011

    Mutaliks worry is the future of his money bank

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  • ind, mlore

    Sun, Jul 31 2011

    If it wasn't for illegal rowdy activities, this day would not have come, you have spoilt the peace of Mangalore. Hope your die a miserable death mut-a-lik

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