Basavaraj Bommai Condemns Arrest of Hindu Workers, Predicts Decline of Congress in the State

Bommai Criticizes Congress-led Karnataka Government’s Stance on Ram Mandir Inauguration

Former Chief Minister of Karnataka, Basavaraj Bommai, expressed strong disapproval on Tuesday regarding the arrest of Hindu workers in the state, stating that such divisive politics would inevitably lead to the downfall of the Congress in Karnataka.

Critique of Congress’s Stance

In response to the arrest of Hindu workers, Bommai criticized the Congress-led Karnataka government’s position on the 30-year-old issue in Hubballi. He condemned the timing of the government’s actions, particularly during the inauguration of the Ram Mandir, describing it as highly condemnable.

Bommai’s Questions and Concerns

Bommai questioned the Congress’s tolerance toward the construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, suggesting that the arrest of Hindu activists during a significant and nationally celebrated occasion raises suspicions about the party’s intentions. He highlighted the nationwide support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and asserted that the actions of those responsible for upholding the law in the state are a blatant violation of it.

Politics of Hatred and Congress’s Dwindling Presence

Asserting that the Congress’s opposition to the construction of the Ram Mandir has been consistent, Bommai labeled such politics of hatred as a potential catalyst for the end of the Congress’s rule in the state. He emphasized that the party’s dwindling presence is evident in these divisive actions and urged for a more constructive and inclusive approach.

“The Congress didn’t have the opposition party status in Lok Sabha for opposing the construction of the Ram Mandir at the birthplace of Lord Ram since from the beginning. Such politics of hatred will certainly lead to the end of Congress’s reign in the state,” added Bommai, underscoring his concerns about the party’s future in Karnataka. (ANI)

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