Mangalore, April 22: Addressing a gathering at Don Bosco hall on April 21, Sunday Maxim D’Silva-President, Mulageni Okkalu Rakshana Vedike (MORV) said that MORV will not withdraw its campaign until the state government enacts the Karnataka Mulageni Abolition and Conferment of Ownership on Mulageni Tenants Bill.
He also further said MORV will fight the case filed in the High Court as it concerns the interest of lakhs of Mulageni tenants in Dakshina-Kannada and Udipi districts and there is need for implementation of the Bill, he said.
Mulageni Okkalu Rakshana Vedike has been trying to increase the membership base to sustain the legal fight in courts, he added.
Eminent lawyers would be appointed to defend MORV in order to fight the case in High court, which will decide the fate of the bill
Jerald Towers-Spokesperson MORV said that the membership campaign had received good response and over 1,000 new members had joined recently and added that membership will reach two lakhs, if all Mulageni tenants join the organization.