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Dr G Parameshwar : No need for Karnataka to adopt ‘Kerala model’

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jul 16, 2017, 6:37 am IST
Updated Jul 16, 2017, 6:37 am IST
He told the media here the BJP that was largely instrumental in spreading communal discord.
Dr G Parameshwar
 Dr G Parameshwar

Bengaluru: Lambasting BJP leaders for accusing Congress general secretary in-charge of the state, K. C. Venugopal, with attempting to force the “Kerala model” to suppress activities of workers of BJP and RSS, KPCC president  Dr G. Parameshwar on Saturday insisted there was no need for state to emulate any model as Karnataka was a model for several states in more ways than one. 

He told the media here the BJP that was largely instrumental in spreading communal discord. “The BJP and its leaders are very well aware of who is  behind these communal disturbances. Keep yourselves (BJP  leaders) away from it. If you keep yourselves away from communal activities, naturally there will be peace,” he added.

 

He said unlike BJP leaders, Congress leaders have not delivered inflammatory to stir up communal tension in the coastal region.  “Show me one piece of evidence on where and when Mr Venugopal delivered any speech that has instigated communal violence,” he added.

He appealed to Muslim organisations like PFI, SDPI  to keep away from such activities. Dr Parameshwar strongly rebutted that Mr Venugopal had instructed anyone to identify any teacher or lecturer who was having alleged affiliations with outfits of Sangh Parivar. "I do not think that the state government has issued  any order or circular as you (media) all are trying to highlight it."In one of the party functionaries meetings, Mr Venugopal had suggested that none of the schools and colleges t be allowed to carry out political activities. If any college indulges in such activities and in such institutions, the state government must intervene to stop such activities that hurt the interests of students,” he said.

 

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Location: India, Karnataka, Bengaluru




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