Maken stated, “Al-Qaeda and the Karnataka home minister are doing the same thing. Both are trying to vitiate the atmosphere in the country. Here right-wing elements are supporting their counterparts abroad.” “Karnataka has its own culture. This part of the country is attracting foreign investment because of this. Don’t destroy the dignity of the state by disturbing the peaceful atmosphere,” he stated.
In the meantime, state Congress president D.Okay. Shivakumar demanded that Gyanendra ought to be sacked for his statements.
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