As the Congress prepares to reverse BJP’s biggest decision as soon as it forms the government in Karnataka, Khadge warned
Karnataka government hints at lifting ban on hijab; Priyank Khadge’s big warning to RSS, Bajrang Dal
Said – If any religious, political or social organization spreads discontent and enmity in Karnataka, Sankhi will not be accepted.
Updated: May 25th, 2023
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The Congress government in Karnataka may withdraw the ban on wearing hijab in educational institutions. This information was given by Priyank Kharge, son of Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge and a minister in the state government. Along with this he also warned to ban RSS.
Priyank Khadge’s warning
Priyank Kharge said that his government can ban Bajrang Dal if peace is disturbed in the state. He said, “BJP has become a loose cannon. The connection between their tongue and their mind is no longer there. They don’t think before they speak. They think they will say anything and then get away with it. This will not happen in Karnataka anymore. You have to pay attention to what they are saying.
If there is a threat to law and order in Karnataka, we will not hesitate to impose restrictions
Regarding the ban on RSS, Priyank Kharge said, “If any religious, political or social organization creates discontent and enmity in Karnataka, it will not be tolerated. We will deal with them legally and constitutionally. Be it Bajrang Dal or PFI or any other organization.” Organization.We will not hesitate to ban them if they pose a threat to law and order in Karnataka.
Amnesty India asked
Amnesty India has demanded the withdrawal of ban on hijab in Karnataka. Regarding this, Priyank said, “Our stand is very clear. We will review such orders. We will review every bill that is against Karnataka’s economic policies. Every bill will be considered, due to which the bad image of the state is being eroded. If necessary, such a bill will be rejected.” Notably, the decision to ban the wearing of hijab in educational institutions in Karnataka was taken by the previous BJP government. There was a lot of controversy over the matter. The matter then went to the High Court and the Supreme Court. The recently held assembly Issues like ban on hijab and ban on Bajrang Dal were raised a lot in the elections.