Monday, May 29, 2023

Mission Karnataka: Saints of coastal area meet BJP chief Nadda


Bengaluru: The seers of various maths in coastal Karnataka on Monday visited BJP national president J P Nadda who is in Karnataka ahead of elections.

The seers urged Nadda to take steps for the implementation of the uniform civil code and also wanted the BJP to accord priority to the implementation of the national educational policy.

The seers also demanded Tulu language should be given suitable recognition.

New industrial schemes should be taken up without harming the bountiful natural, religious and cultural resources of the coastal region. Encroachment on land belonging to temples should be prevented, the seers said.

They also sought offices of the National Investigation Agency in Malnad to curtail incidents of love jihad, illegal cattle trafficking and terrorist activities.

Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje, BJP national general secretary C T Ravi, State president Nalin Kumar Kateel, State Minister Sunil Kumar and Raghupati Bhat MLA were present.

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