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Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (KD/MB)

Udupi, Jul 14: A few lecturers of Mangalore University are encouraging the students to support the Naxalites, alleged BJP Yuva Morcha’s Sudhir here on Saturday July 14.

Speaking at the anti-Naxal meet held at city service bus stand here, he said that the University is not free from Naxal supporters. There are a few lecturers who brainwash students to support the Naxalite. These are the people who are more dangerous than the Naxals who are in the forest.  Hence, we should first free the city from these supporters of Naxalites, he added.

“If we allow this to continue, the day would not be far when the so-called Naxals would live in the city to cause havoc here.  Moreover, the motto of the Naxalites is not social justice; instead they are into robbery and killing of innocent people, ” he said.

MLA K Raghupati Bhat too said that the supporters living in the city are more dangerous than the Naxalites.

  

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  • satish Mayya, udupi

    Sun, Jul 15 2007

    I think I fully agree with the comment Naxals are not here to do social justice (if yes they would not have killed poor farmers) they are just to steal money and do a good lifestyle at somebodys earnings

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