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Congress says don’t link Bajrang Dal to Lord Hanuman, both different

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Karnataka Assembly Elections has resulted in bringing a new winner to the state, which is Congress. Before Congress won the elections, it had presented several manifestoes in front of the Karnataka public which also included a ban on Bajrang Dal which is a Hindu Nationalist militant organisation of the right wing. However there were many controversies after the statement as many Hindus got triggered.

Meanwhile, Congress Senior party leader Jairam Ramesh on Sunday claimed that the youth wing of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) it trying to spread politics of hatred among the people by including in violence. He urged people and said not to link Bajrang Dal with Lord Hanuman who is also known as Bajrang Bali. He said in a statement Bajrang Dal is different and Bajrangbali is different Bajrang Dal red politics of hate and violence.

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He further said that what Congress Party said in its Manifesto is that any organisation that spreads religious hatred, breaks the law or indulges in communal violence will be made to face the law and constitution. The manifesto also read that the party believes that law and constitution cannot be violated by organisations such as Bajrang Dal, PFI or any other organisation that promotes enemyity and hatred on the basis of religion or caste.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also taken in a jibe at Congress and in a statement during election rallies he said that the Congress has decided that it will lock up Lord Hanuman, after locking up Prabhu Shri Ram. He further said that now Congress wants to lock up people who say Jai Bajrang Bali.

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