Karnataka Congress Government to take action against 300 Hindus who participated in the ‘1992 Shriram Janmabhoomi movement’

A person named Srikanth Poojari arrested

Hubballi (Karnataka) – As the day of the Shriram temple inauguration in Ayodhya approaches, the Karnataka Police department seems to have opened cases against Shriram Janmabhoomi activists from thirty years ago. Regarding a claimed incident of torching a minority-owned store in Hubballi on 5th December 1992, Srikanth Poojari has been taken into custody by the Hubballi Police. Poojari is 3 rd out of 8 accused in this case. Remaining accused are yet to located.

The Police department has assembled a special team and compiled a list of ‘suspects’ in instances related to the 1992 Shriram Janmabhoomi movement. The list includes 300 suspects. The Police allege that all these were involved in different riots that took place between 1992 and 1996.

Editorial Perspective

The Karnataka Congress Government is taking action after 30 years, against the Hindus who participated in the Shriram Janmabhoomi movement. They are doing this merely out of revenge. The Hindus of Karnataka must be feeling that the Ravan is ruling their State !