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Karnataka BJP president’s challenge to Congress! Stop RSS-Bajrang Dal, you will burn to ashes

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Earlier former PM Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Narasimha Rao government tried to ban RSS but they could not succeed and now if Congress tries to ban Bajrang Dal and RSS it will burn to ashes. It would have been better if Priyank Khadge knew the history of the country. He should think before saying anything.

What did Priyank Khadge say?

Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge’s son Priyank Kharge said his government will not hesitate to ban any organization that tries to disrupt peace or spoil the communal atmosphere in Karnataka. In fact, the Congress in its manifesto released for the Karnataka assembly elections said that after coming to power in the state, it would ban the Bajrang Dal, PFI and all organizations that spread hatred between communities on the basis of religion, caste.

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When Priyank Kharge was asked about this promise of the government, he replied that we have said that any organization that tries to sow seeds of hatred in the society will be dealt with according to law. Why is BJP afraid of our government’s decision? We will act according to the law and only against those who violate the law. So why BJP is not saying that they are not doing anything illegal.

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BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya has countered Khadge’s statement. He tweeted that Priyank Khadge is the Super CM of Karnataka? Or does being Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s son give him the right to speak in front of CM Siddaramaiah and Deputy CM DK Shivakumar? Instead of allowing ministers without portfolios to make such ridiculous comments, Congress should focus on fulfilling its 5 guarantees… If Congress goes back on its promises, people will be restless and ready to hit the streets.