Udayavni Special

BD submits memorandum opposing Tipu Jayanthi


Team Udayavani, Nov 9, 2018, 2:36 PM IST

Mangaluru: Expressing its opposition to the Tipu Jayanthi celebrations organised by the state government on November 10th, the Bajrangdal (BD) has submitted a memorandum to the state government through the City Police Commissioner T R Suresh.

A few Bajrangdal leaders were part of the delegation which submitted the memorandum. The pro-Hindutva group described Tipu Sultan as ‘Anti Hindu’ and therefore found it improper for the government to celebrate the birthday of such a king.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

ATM cash withdrawal fee hiked: Check details

GST Council cuts tax on COVID-19 medicines, equipment

Indians do not come first for PM, politics does: Priyanka slams govt’s Covid response

The Dark secret behind your favourite Makeup products

Regulatory nod for conducting clinical trials of Colchicine on COVID-19 patients: CSIR

M’luru, Udupi: ‘Cardiologist’s at Door Step’ project’s 2nd phase to begin soon

Chances of 3rd wave quite real, Delhi govt preparing on war-footing: CM Kejriwal



Related Articles More

M’luru, Udupi: ‘Cardiologist’s at Door Step’ project’s 2nd phase to begin soon

Diesel at Rs 100 mark in Rajasthan; Karnataka sees Rs 100/ltr petrol

Covid crisis: BBMP releases Rs 15 lakh for feeding stray animals

Mangaluru: District Administration decides to impose complete lockdown in villages, areas with high cases

Siddalingaiah will be remembered for his prolific writings: PM Modi

MUST WATCH

Kaup Congress Committee Protest on Petrol Hike

Operating even during COVID-19-induced hardships

TERRORIST ATTACK IN KASHMIR

I don’t want the anti-COVID-19 vaccine, I don’t like it

Digvijay singh clubhouse audio leak on article 370

Latest Additions

ATM cash withdrawal fee hiked: Check details

Kejriwal pays homage to security personnel killed by terrorists in north Kashmir

GST Council cuts tax on COVID-19 medicines, equipment

5 showrooms damaged in fire at Delhi market

GST Council cuts tax on COVID-19 medicines, equipment

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.