Anti-national feelings are like cancer. If not nipped in the bud, it will prove costly to the nation, opined Sri Rama Sene president Pramod Muthalik, here on Wednesday.
Addressing a press conference, Muthalik said that Amnesty International India is actually an anti-national organisation in India. “It is making an issue of the recent developments in Jammu and Kashmir. It never raised voice against what is happening to Hindus in Muslim countries and the Pandits of Kashmir. Political leaders, without yielding to vote bank politics, should the arrest Amnesty International India’s representatives on sedition charges for organising an event in Bengaluru recently on human rights abuses in Kashmir, in which anti-India slogans were allegedly raised. Talking about murder of Raju of Mysuru, Devapanda Kuttappa and Praveen Poojari of Kodagu, Muthalik alleged that communal organisations like PFI, SDPI and KFD were behind these killings and they must be banned in the interest of the society.
He appreciated the work of Mysuru city police for arresting accused in connection with Raju murder case. “They were successful though there was mounting pressure on them.” He lauded Mysuru-Kodagu Pratap Simha for his efforts in this regard.
Reacting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on pseudo cow protectors, Muthalik pointed out that India is said to be the world’s largest exporter of beef. “If he is keen on protecting cows, let him ban the export of beef to other countries. His statement is not genuine,” he added.