Mangalore, July 31: Pramod Muthalik, the cheif of Sri Rama Sene said that he would definitely open a branch of the outfit in Goa and nothing could stop him. He was reacting to Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar’s statement in the Goa Assembly on Wednesday July 30 that he would not allow the radical right wing group to function in the state.
Muthalik stated that the decision announced in the Goa Legislative Assembly was due to pressure from ‘drug and sex mafia on the chief minister and the government’.
“Much of Goa state’s revenue is generated from liquor, drugs and sex, and this has made the state to disallow the Sene. The mafia is scared that it would face crackdown by the Sri Rama Sene in Goa, a place popularly known for pub culture,” he added.
He questioned the legality of the government’s decision, asking on what grounds the Sene could not be allowed to function in Goa.
It is learnt that Shri Rama Sene is legally operating in 11 states and it would also start operating in Goa from September.