Muthalik of Ram Sena points to RSS for Pak Flag incident

9:44 PM, Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Pramod mutalik Bijapur: Pramod Muthalik who was ousted from Shiv Sena and other out fits in Maharashtra, and who was exposed inside Karnataka with a red point by local Kannada welfare out fits in recent years as a reactionary, has slapped the allegation of hoisting a flag in Sindgi (Bijapur dt.) at Tahsildar’s office on New Year’s Day on RSS workers and clarified to CM Sadananda Gowda who is an RSS cadet himself that Sri Rama Sena had nothing to do with it.

He went on to claim that 7 boys were arrested even if they were innocent, but were Sri Rama Sena activists.

He condemned the Pak flag unfurling incident on a Government building on January 1 in Sindgi. The 7 boys were Hindus.

Muthalik accused RSS, VHP, Hindu Jagaran Forum, and Bajrang Dal for their mischief in the matter, thus he made enemies for himself and his Sena as he wrote to CM a complaint against them.

Muthalik had only earlier gone back on his statement which said “Muslims” were responsible for the foolish event. Then he turned against RSS to make new enemies on Kannada soil for himself, so that he could be sent out of state, once for all.

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