Udupi: The Bajrang Dal, Karnataka South region will be organising “Akhand Bharath Sankalpa Dina” on August 14. The is one of the major national celebrations of the organisation.
Addressing media personnel at the Udupi Press Club on August 8, Sunil K R, Regional Convener of Bajrang Dal Karnataka South Region said that the intention behind celebrating the "Akhand Bharath Sankalpa Dina" is to unite the youth and the Hindu community and spread awareness about the religion. This year, the celebration will be held at around 100 places in the Karnataka South region, he said.
Speaking about the Datta Peeta issues, he said that while the workers of Bajrang Dal were offering pooja at the Datta Peeta, they found that Islamic religious symbols have been carved on the main door.
"This is illegal and we condemn such things being marked on the Datta Peeta. The Bajrang Dal is appealing to the government and local administration to remove the Islamic symbols immediately, otherwise, we will hold a protest, he warned.
He also claimed that there had been a marginal increase in burglaries in the temples in the district. He then implored the police to arrest the culprits and provide security to all the temples.
Pointing at the increase in the instances of cattle theft, he accused the police department of not taking the necessary steps to curb the cow theft cases. He also warned of a protest if the cow thieves were not arrested.
District Gou-rakshak Pramuk Dinesh Hebri, Bajrang Dal leaders Sudhir Nitte, Surendra Koteshwar, Anil and others were present at the press meet.
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