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B Upendran | HENB | Hubballi | Aug 3, 2022:: A crucial meeting to discuss and form an alternative political party to fight for Hindutva will be held in Bengaluru on Saturday.
Dharmendra, the general secretary of the All India Hindu Mahasabha, said Sri Ram Sena national president Pramod Mutalik will lead the meeting.
Representatives of the Shiv Sena, Hindu Janajagruti Vedike and others will participate. Apart from the BJP and the Sangh parivar, other Hindutva organizations will come together to fight for Hindutva, he said.
“It is the practice of the BJP to do politics over dead bodies. Despite several demands, the government is still not banning the SDPI and PFI. They (BJP) want these organizations to be active for their vote bank politics,” he added.
“The BJP is not a saffron party. It has a minority wing. BJP is also indulging in the Muslim Vote Bank Politics in the camouflage of the slogan ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas’. To gather the faith of Muslims, BJP is also doing many anti-Hindu activities. To get rid of this situation, soon Saffron Okkuta will be formed as an alternative political party, which will be the only meaningful saffron party,” he added.
Shiv Sena’s Karnataka state president Kumar Hakari said the attack and murders of Hindutva activists in Karnataka, Kerala or in other states are of a well-planned act. “Therefore, stern action must be taken against the killers. The government should act tough against the murderers,” he said.
He said the Sena will be part of the Kesari Okkuta (Saffron Union/Unity) that will be formed soon to teach a lesson to the BJP in the interest of Hindutva Politics as Hindutva is not a monopoly of the Sangha Parivar.
But, some observers on Hindutva in Karnataka say that such efforts to create a saffron alternative in Hindutva politics nothing but a formation of a pressure group for bargaining in upcoming politics in the state.
In march, 2014, Sri Ram Sena Chief Promod Muthalik was included in Karmataka BJP in the presence of then state president Prahlad Joshi, Former CM Jagdish Shettar and Former BJP president K S Eswarappa as a local demand. But, within couple of hours Muthalik was also rejected by BJP for objections came from many quarters of BJP mainly from Central leadership.