DelhiDesk P. Chidambaram, a senior Congress leader and former Union Minister, clarified that his party’s manifesto for the upcoming Karnataka elections did not promise to ban the Bajrang Dal if they were to form the government. He stated that the manifesto promised decisive action within the ambit of the law against all organizations that spread hatred. Chidambaram also criticized the BJP’s claim that Congress wanted to ban the Bajrang Dal and questioned the comparison of the organization with “Bajrangbali.” The Congress had announced in its manifesto to take action against the Bajrang Dal, which had sparked controversy in the state.
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👉 P. Chidambaram clarifies Congress manifesto for Karnataka elections did not mention banning Bajrang Dal
👉 Congress promised decisive action within the ambit of law against all organizations spreading hatred
👉 Chidambaram questions BJP’s comparison of Bajrang Dal with ‘Bajrangbali’
👉 Selection of candidates will decide whether Karnataka becomes a liberal, democratic and progressive state
👉 Chidambaram opposes BJP’s promise of implementing Uniform Civil Code and National Register of Citizens in Karnataka
👉 Congress manifesto did not mention banning Bajrang Dal
👉 Elections for 224-member assembly in Karnataka to be held on May 10 and counting of votes on May 13
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