BJP activists protest against CM

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah during the inauguration of developmental projects in Madikeri in Kodagu district on Tuesday

Siddaramaiah, Adityanath in war of words over eating beef

The BJP has warned that its activists would court mass arrest on Friday across Karnataka to protest recent remarks by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in which he allegedly said the BJP and RSS had terrorists in their ranks.

"Siddaramaiah is the chief minister of a state, he has intelligence inputs and information that is not available with us". They demanded an apology from the Chief Minister and sought a ban on PFI.

Addressing the Nava Karnataka Nirmana Parivartana Yatre in Chitradurga, Shah said, "The Siddaramaiah Government is indulging in vote bank politics; it is an anti-Hindu government".

Siddaramaiah, while speaking to reporters yesterday in Chamarajanagara district, alleged that the BJP, RSS and the Bajrang Dal had terrorists in their organisations, a charge rubbished by the saffron party.

Siddaramaiah, who came under intense attack from the BJP yesterday for saying that the party and its fountainhead RSS had "terrorists", today called them "Hindutva extremists".

Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton passes away suddenly aged 32
But past year , the reality star admitted she was struggling to cope with the huge transition because she felt isolated. Shelton appeared on the Channel 4 show in 2009 while she was in the United Kingdom as a student living in Leeds.

It was not clear whether the chief minister made the comment in retaliation to Shahs remark. I am also a Hindu, but I'm a Hindu with humanity, they are Hindus without humanity.

A day earlier, Adityanath had mocked at Siddaramaiah's assertion about his Hindu credentials to which the latter had said the Hindutva he follows was the legacy of Swami Vivekananda and not Nathuram Godse, assassin of Mahatma Gandhi. That is the difference between me and...

Other BJP leaders also threatened to file a slew of criminal defamation cases against the Congress.

Shah also put to rest any doubts over Yeddyurappa's candidature, exhorting the crowd to make him the next chief minister and make Karnataka "Congress-mukt". While the BJP is looking for a comeback in the only south Indian State it had ever formed government, for the Congress it is the only State with economic and political clout where the party is in power.

Latest News