Mangaluru, June 19: ‘Bengaluru Chalo’ campaign on June 22nd will be organized by the Bajrang Dal and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), where their members from the entire state will assemble at Freedom Park in Bengaluru to protest against the various policies of the state government.
Addressing a press meet here on Friday June 19th, Jitendra S Kottari said, by a democratic process, chief minister Siddaramaiah led Congress government came to power in the state. He lashed at the state government for its anti-hindu policies.
He said, attempts were made to bring temples and Maths under the government control and 307 cases were registered against Hindu organisations and their heads. He criticized the state government for withdrawing anti-cow slaughter act and for attempting to implement Karnataka Anti-Superstition Legislation.
The ‘Shaadi Bhagya’ scheme was introduced only to the Muslim women. Six months ago there was a plan to ban PFI and KFD organizations but suddenly the cases against them are withdrawn, he said.
In this regard, a state-wide protest has been planned and the ‘Bengaluru Chalo’ campaign was organized at 2pm on June 22nd at Freedom Park in Bengaluru.
Buses arranged for VHP members will leave to Bengaluru from Managaladevi temple on Sunday June 21st. On June 22nd at 5.30 am, other members will leave to Bengaluru in cars and other vehicles. About a thousand VHP and Bajrang Dal activists from Mangaluru are expected to participate in ‘Bengaluru Chalo’ campaign, he said.
District convener Bhujanga Kulal, was also present during the press meet.