Complaint filed against RSS leaders for making offensive remarks about Muslims
news Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | January 24, 2015 | 1:14 pm IST An activist of the Popular Front of India has lodged a complaint against a prominent RSS leader from Mangalore accusing him of making offensive remarks against members of the Beary community.¬† According to a report in The Hindu, Arshad, a PFI activist has said that Dakshina-Madhya Kshethra Sampark Pramukh Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat had spoken in an offensive manner during the Virat Hindu Hrudaya Sangama held in Puttur town on January 16. A complaint has been registered by the Puttur Town Police.¬† Following the Hindu Sangama, as many as 19 people including police personnel had been injured in stone-pelting and violence in the villages surrounding Puttur. Read:¬†RSS leader urges Hindus to carry knives, swords to "save Hindu Samaja" The PFI also held a protest meeting in front of the Deputy Commissioner‚Äôs office on Friday, demanding that the Goonda Act be invoked against people who disturb peace in the district.¬† District president of the PFI A M Ataullah also said that certain RSS leaders such as Praveen Togadia, Jagadish Karanth and Pramod Muthalik should not be barred from entering the district. Tweet
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