Chikkamagaluru: ‘Prof Bhagwan Receiving Foreign Funds to Issue Statements’ – Pramod Muthalik

Chikkamagaluru: Speaking at a media meet here on Sunday, Sri Rama Sene national president Pramod Muthalik levelled a serious charge against Kannada author-thinker Prof K S Bhagwan, saying that the latter had been behaving like an agent of Christian and Muslim organizations.

Alleging that Prof Bhagwan was being funded from abroad to issue such statements, he said that a thorough inquiry into the matter had to be taken up.

He further charged the author with issuing false and derogatory statements as if he had psychiatric issues. He further said that by criticizing the Ramayan written by Valmiki and Vyas, who belonged to the backward communities, Bhagwan had insulted those communities.

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