news Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | January 27, 2015 | 10.49 am IST Sri Rama Sene founder Pramod Muthalik is mulling invoking the right to religious practice in the wake of the Goa government’s refusal to permit him to enter the state.  According to a report in The Hindu, Muthalik is planning on approaching the Goa High Court. He held a press conference in Belagavi on Monday, and said that the Goa government’s refusal to withdraw the ban on him and his followers preventing them from entering the state only served to restrict their religious rights. He said that he had sought permission from the Goa state government to meter certain religious leaders and had assured the government that he would not participate in any public activity such as protests, demonstrations, public meetings, making speeches etc. Read: Muthalik sheds tears over "insult", but what about his victims? Read: Irony just died: Muthalik gives advice on how to deal with crimes against women  Tweet
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