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More proof on Muthalik’s Malegaon blasts connection
January 29, 2009, (Bangalore)
There seems to be more proof of Sri Rama Sene chief Pramod Muthalik’s connection with the Malegaon blasts.
In a speech that Muthalik made in Udupi on January 17 at a public function organised by the Hindu Jana Jagriti Samiti, he speaks of how the Malegaon blasts were just a `glimpse’ of what Hindu outfits can do.
The speech, copies of which are in NDTV’s possession has glowing references to Sadhvi Pragya as well.
Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Muthalik is back in jail, this time for the Mangalore pub incident.
Muthalik was granted bail by a Davanagere court on Wednesday but armed with a ‘body warrant’, Mangalore Police arrested him again in connection with Saturday’s attack on a pub.
Davanagere Police, who had secured the custody of Muthalik from Belgaum on the basis of a warrant issued against him in connection with distribution of pamphlets that allegedly had contents to disturb communal harmony, produced him before the Judicial Magistrate First Class, Biraladinni on Wednesday afternoon.
The magistrate granted Muthalik bail but was taken into custody by Mangalore Police. On January 11, Muthalik had allegedly distributed the pamphlets in Davanagere.
However, Muthalik refused to travel to Mangalore saying he was tired after last night’s journey from Belgaum to Davanagere, creating fresh problems to Mangalore Police and their Davanagere counterparts.
Once a person is handed over to police of another jurisdiction, the police who had him in custody cannot retain him as per rules.
On Saturday, a group of Sri Rama Sene activists barged into a pub, assaulted women and others, an incident which sparked nationwide outrage calling for stringent action against culprits. The B S Yeddyurappa government has also come in for flak from political opponents.