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Godse’s picture seen in Ganesh procession in Shivamogga

Earlier, the district administration removed the saffron cloth above the national emblem.

Earlier, the district administration removed the saffron cloth above the national emblem.

The Hindu Mahasabha Ganpati procession in Shivamogga on Friday evening turned controversial with a poster of Nathuram Godse, who was convicted in the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi, was seen among the posters of Hindutva ideologues who were carried away by the participants. went.

Earlier in the day, the Shivamogga district administration had allegedly removed the saffron flag put up over the national emblem near the KSRTC bus stand by the organizers of the Hindu Mahasabha Ganpati Samiti.

Before the Ganesha procession, the organizers had decorated all the major traffic junctions along the route of the procession. They decorated the circles with saffron colored flags and flags. A saffron flag was also placed on the statue of the four lions, as well as the national emblem.

In the evening, in which hundreds of people participated and saw Godse’s poster, former minister KS Eshwarappa, Lok Sabha member BY Raghavendra, BJP councilors and office-bearers of Hindu Mahasabha Ganpati Samiti were present.

Hundreds of people took part in the Hindu Mahasabha Ganapati procession in Shivamogga on Friday.

Hundreds of people took part in the Hindu Mahasabha Ganapati procession in Shivamogga on Friday. , photo credit: special arrangement

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The procession, organized on a grand scale following the COVID-19 lockdown, attracted huge crowds. Youth present in large numbers raised slogans praising Shivaji Maharaj and VD Savarkar among others. He had also carried posters of Savarkar, cine star Puneet Rajkumar and Hindutva activist Harsha, who was murdered earlier this year.

Impressed by the crowd, Mr. Eshwarappa said the huge gathering “is a sign of anger at the recent killing of Hindu youth by Hindutva activists.” “For the first time, a large number of youths participated in the procession. It shows the awakening of Hindu youth.” He also thanked people from other communities who were extending their support for the peaceful procession.

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The district administration had deployed policemen to avoid any untoward incident during the procession. Several schools located close to the route of the process had declared a holiday on that day.

Earlier this year, on February 8, a group of students participating in a protest against wearing hijab in schools in Shivamogga hoisted a saffron flag at the flag post of the Government First Class College. Bapuji Nagar. This development had led to protests across the state.

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