Kalladka Bhat should be Expelled from DK – P V Mohan

Kalladka Bhat should be Expelled from DK – P V Mohan

Mangaluru:  “Any person, whoever it is if found delivering inciting speeches should be expelled. We all know that Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat has delivered an inciting speech during the protest meet at Sullia. Kalladka Bhat should be expelled from DK”, said member of AICC P V Mohan in a press meet held at the District congress office here on September 22.


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Addressing the mediapersons Mohan said, “Before the elections, the congress party held a peace march from Ullal to Udupi. Recently in Sullia, a protest meet was held and the meet was addressed by a person who delivered an inciting speech. Instead of having control over the speech, an inciting speech insulting a particular community was delivered. During the BJP ruling, when there was an inciting speech, a case was filed in the Uppinangady police station and the after some time the same government closed the case with a B Report. For three years there were no such speeches.

He further said, “Recently in Sullia, a person delivered an inciting speech targetting a particular community which the congress party strongly condemns. The RSS treats Dakshina Kannada as an experimenting district by bringing the issue of Conversion, inciting speeches on other communities, love jihad etc. which is an attempt to defame the congress. The opposition knows that in Karnataka the Congress party is very strong. If the congress party is weakened in Karnataka they can rule the entire country”.

He also stressed, “Our Deputy commissioner had banned Dr Zakir Naik, Muthalik and Praveen Togadia from entering the district and delivering speeches as they are known to deliver provocative speeches. Why then are we not banning people from our own district when they try to divide the society and community in the name of conversion, love Jihad etc and ask the people not to speak with the people of a particular community. Communalists are more dangerous than the Naxalites. This is a secular country and we see an increase in communal violence which is an attempt to divide the people in the name of religion. The government should ban such organizations and punish those who deliver inciting speeches. The congress government before coming to power had assured to expel people delivering inciting speeches, why then has the government not expelled anyone until now,” he questioned.

The government should form a fact-finding committee, to find why there is communal violence in the district. The media has the responsibility to highlight such issues. This is a disease which if not treated now, will be a danger to our district.

There are psychopaths in the district, who should be expelled. These psychopaths have the habit of lying, they speak whatever they like, they have no concern of the people and the society. They have no concern about the development of the country. The government should take action against such Psychopaths. The majority of people want peace and harmony, DK is an educational hub and people are afraid to come here to pursue their education.

Whoever delivers inciting speeches, should be expelled from DK. In a democratic country one should have control over his/her words, said Mohan.

When asked who should be expelled from DK, Mohan said, “Any person, whoever it is if found delivering inciting speeches should be expelled. We all know that Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat has delivered an inciting speech during the protest meet at Sullia. Kalladka Bhat should be expelled from DK. This is an agenda of the RSS for the fourth coming elections. This is a project for vote bank, project love jihad, Project Conversion, Project Gau Rakshak etc. are a danger to our country. Why are the people who deliver inciting speeches, do not talk about Uri terror attack. They should talk about the soldiers who died for the country in a terror attack. Modi’s politics is wayward.

Obaid Panchayat president, Neerajpal, Balaraj Rai, Suresh Shetty, Sadashiva Ullal, Prabhakar Shriyan, Balakrishna Shetty, Bharati and others were also present.


  1. I request this Mohana and others who are interested in bannig speech and expelling individuals to relocate to North Korea. They may really like it over there. Knowingly or unknowingly these geniuses from Congress are pushing for sharia laws in our country.

  2. Kalladka Bhat and Praveen Tagodia both profession by Doctor should be made anchors of BJP ‘Chai pe charcha’ .

    They have more ideas for destruction of ‘Bharath mata’ with their unique ability of ‘mann ki baat’ .

    Jai Hind

  3. “Bharat Maata…” – writes Sharia Shaikh

    Dear friend,
    Do you believe in Bharata maata? If so, you should have no problem singing vande maataram, right? This is year 2016. Do you need a time capsule to join us from 7th century where you seem to have stuck?

    • If so, you should have no problem singing vande maataram, right? – Yumreeki Joker Rampe to Sheikh

      And I guess you sing Vande MaataRum in Yumreeka, right ya joker Thyampa? Or, do you sing ‘God save the Queen’?

  4. Most of the RSS cadre go through an urban legend that gets circulated in their Shakas: Jana Gana Mana was actually written to greet King George V, and that it was made India’s National Anthem in place of Vande Mataram by the Gandhi-Nehru ‘high command’ in order to appease Muslims! The extent to which the Gandhi-Nehru duo was ready to appease Muslims would be underlined by the fact that today we have as our national anthem a song written to greet the British sovereign, they allege. Many swayamsevaks grew up listening to this urban legend and many RSS pamphleteers have put this in print with all rhetorical flourish.

    ‘Vande Mataram’, literally, “I praise thee, Mother”, is a poem by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay hate filled book. A hymn to the ‘Mother Land’, it played a vital role in the Indian independence movement. In 1950, the song’s first two verses were given the official status of the “national song”, distinct from the national anthem, Jana Gana Mana.

    “But it is the national anthem as decided by the Constitution.”Jana Gana Mana is today our national anthem. It has to be respected. There is no reason why it should evoke any other sentiment,”.

    Mixing hyper nationalism with communalism Sangh parivar wanted minority Muslims to portray as anti-nationalism.This is the main reason RSS Dislike Jana Gana Mana.

    Jai Hind

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