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B Upendran | HENB | Belagavi | Feb 20, 2022:: Sri Ram Sene Founder and veteran Hindutva leader, Pramod Mutalik, has sought a ban on radical Muslim organisations like People’s Front of India (PFI), SDPI (Secular Democratic Party of India), AIMIM (All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen) and Campus Front of India (CFI), saying that they were anti-national organisations grossly engaged in divisive activities.
Several leaders, including Pinarayi Vijayan, Kerala Chief Minister, have written to the Union Government, seeking a ban on these organisations. Earlier, a request had also been made to the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, but he did not approve it for political reasons. However, it is time to take this bold step, he told journalists in Bagalkot on Sunday.
Now, some Congress leaders from the minority community are demanding a ban on these organisations. If these organisations are not banned now, they will end up destroying India with terrorism, he said.
He reiterated that the hijab is a symbol of suppression of women rights in religion and it should be banned. But, bindi and bangles worn by Hindu women are symbols of culture. Some Muslim leaders are equating hijab with bindi and bangles. They are not equal and cannot be equated. They should be treated separately. While bindi and bangles are a sign of the culture of this land, hijab is a sign of increasing islamisation of this country. There is no comparison, he said.
Promod Mutalik slams BJP saying, they are allowing organisations like AIMIM, SDPI, PFI, CFI etc. to grow for division Muslim vote bank of Congress. “It’s the BJP itself which is allowing these communal parties to grow and it is time to take bold steps to ban all such communal parties,” says Mutalik.
Mutalik also warned that Sri Ram Sene members will teach a fitting lesson to all those who are speaking against bindi and bangles or other signs of Hinduism.
While former CM Karnataka and present leader of the opposition in Karnataka Legislative Assembly, Siddaramaiah opposed the version of Mutalik; the reaction of BJP is still awaited.