Mangaluru, February 28: A protest rally and hunger strike will be held by the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha will hold a protest rally and hunger strike on March 8th in Bengaluru demanding to ban Popular Front of India and Social Democratic Party of India, informed Rajesh Pavithran- the state chief secretary of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha.
Addressing a press meet in the city on Saturday, Rajesh Pavitran said that a protest rally will be taken out from Maurya Circle to Freedom Park in Bengaluru demanding to ban PFI and SDPI which are responsible for several communal riots across the state including in Shivamogga.
He said, a 24 –hour hunger strike will be held post the rally.We will also demand to provide Rs 25 lakh compensation for the family members of the persons who were killed in the violence, he said.
Mr Pavitran said that Hindu Mahasabha strongly condemns the remarks of Sri Veerabhadra Channamalla Swamiji, of Nidumamidi Mutt on demolishion of Babri Masjid. He warned that majority of the members of Hindu community would not accept Nidumamidi Mutt seer as their Swamiji if the latter continued to raise voice for Muslims.
On this occasion, Lohith Suvarna -Hindu Mahasabha state vice president, DK district president Shravan Kumar, general secretary Naveen, Manjunath Hosabettu,and others were present.