Bengaluru : Shri. Mohan Gowda, Shri. Kashinath Shetty, advocate Chetan Manerikar and Sou. Vidula Haldipur met the State Energy Minister D. K. Shivkumar of Karnataka State and submitted a representation opposing the anti-superstitions Bill proposed to be passed by Karnataka Government. Another demand made through the representation was imposition of ban on ‘Popular Front of India’, a jihadi organization accused of involvement in murders of many ‘Hindutvavadi’ leaders from the State
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