“Central government’s silence over the violence in Indian ruled Kashmir is a planned act to suppress the voice of Hindu organisations” opined Sri Rama Sene chief Pramod Muthalik, recently.
He was speaking in the inaugural function of decennial celebrations of ‘Sri Rama Sene’ at Mante circle, Hunsur.
He said that though born in India, vested interest in the Muslim community have indulged in acts of violence. They are creating problems to our soldiers but the central government has turned a blind eye towards the issue. On the other hand, the state government is suppressing the voice of farmers and women in the state. Farmers and women are beaten black and blue in Yamlur and Annigeri villages in Navalagunda and Naragunda area which is a matter of shame. Both central and state governments have failed to understand the pulse of the people and are acting against public interest.
He called upon the Hindu organisations to be strong and not to worry over the government actions. “We should strive to protect Hinduism” he added.
As part of the decennial celebration, office building was inaugurated and 501 saplings were planted by the workers of the organisation.
Pranavananda Swamiji of Haveri, Vice President Sri Rama Sene Arjun, Secretary Sampath, Organising Secretary Gaangadhar Kulakarni and others were present.