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Islamization of Karnataka! ‘Kick them, throw in jail’; Congress President’s son threatens Gau Rakshaks ahead of Bakrid

“Islamization of Karnataka! ‘Kick them, throw in jail’; Congress President’s son threatens Gau Rakshaks ahead of Bakrid”, NewsBharati, June 26, 2023:

“Ahead of the Islamic festival of Bakri-eid, the son of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, Priyank Kharge had allegedly directed the cops to kick ‘gaurakshaks’ in Karnataka. It should be noted that Article 48 of the Indian Constitution prohibits the slaughter of animals, particularly in public spaces.

He claimed that transportation of cattle is being obstructed despite having valid documents, and asked police to take action in such cases.

During a meeting with State police officials in Kalaburgi, Priyank Kharge directed, “Those who wear shawls, take the law into their own hands and say they are from these Dals (Bajrang Dal), kick them and put them behind bars…..”

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