Sukshetra Kalika Ashram members demand ban on New Year Celebrations in Bengaluru

Updated On : 29 Dec , 2017 , 10:43 AM
New Year celebration in Bengaluru
New Year celebration in Bengaluru
New Delhi:

After Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad demanded ban on new year celebrations in Mangaluru, members (saadhu's) of Sukshetra Kalika Ashram followed a similar line by pening down a letter to Chief Minister of Karnataka, Home Minister of Karnataka and Bengaluru's police commissioner demanding ban on new year celebrations in Bengaluru. 

Shiv Bhagat, Secretary, Kalika Math has said,"after last year's shameful incidents on MG Road, government is still allowing new year celebrations on mg road this year,which is shameful and MG road will become the den of drinkers. By celebrating in this manner they are bringing disrepute to the Hindu nation. We will not tolerate this any longer". 

Shiv Bhagat has threatened that if the government didn't stop new year celebrations,then they will launch protests on 31st December and if any untoward incident happens, government shall be held responsible.

Here is the transcription of the letter written to Chief Minister/Home Minister/Police commissioner Bengaluru....

To

Chief Minister Karnataka,

"Despite the shameful incidents that happened last new year, the government is allowing such new year celebrations again. A road named after Mahatma Gandhi will become the den of drinkers.

By celebrating in this manner they are bringing disrepute to the Hindu nation. We will not tolerate this any longer. If the government does not stop this we will launch a protest on December 31. 

The government will be responsible if anything untoward happens then.We are peace lovers, our Hindu nation is a peaceful nation. Do not provoke us. Through this we are giving a call to all Hindu organizations. All Hindu friends, let us join together and stop Bharat mata and Karnataka mata from being dishonoured."

Regards

Shiv Bhagat, secretary, 
Kalikamath
First Published : Friday, December 29, 2017 10:20 AM
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