‘Why Bipasha for Yoga, Why Not Sunny?’, Asks Muthalik

‘Why Bipasha for Yoga, Why Not Sunny?’, Asks Muthalik

Bengaluru: One can trust Sri Rama Sene chief Pramod Muthalik to come out with interesting subjects.

Speaking to mediapersons in Bidar, Muthalik took the state government to task for engaging Bollywood actor Bipasha Basu to take part in the International Yoga Day by paying a whopping sum of Rs 1.50 crore.

He said that by involving her in the Yoga programme, its sanctity had been defiled. If at all the purpose was to pull the crowds, they could have got Sunny Leone to participate so that there would have been a far greater turnout, he said with a touch of irony.


As usual, Muthalik did not miss the opportunity to take a dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party also. Saying that the BJP only wore a mask of Hindutva, he pointed out that its government in Goa had unfairly banned his entry.

While drugs, sex mafia and Nigerian nationals could have a free entry, a patriotic Hindutva protagonist like him was not allowed, he further said.

Even in Karnataka, he added, eight districts had barred him from entering them. But his fight would not stop. The activities of Sri Rama Sene would go on as usual.

His volunteers would keep the struggle alive, whatever hindrance came on the way. If need be, he added, he would build up a Hindu outfit even in Pakistan.

He further said that because of the designs of a certain community, trouble was taking place at every Hindu festival. SRS workers were booked at the time of Holi in Bhalki, Ram Navami in Basava Kalyan and also for checking cattle-trafficking. This was highly condemnable, he also said.

He also urged that camps be held to mould fighters against corruption and terrorism.

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