- Sriram Sene President, Pramod Muthalik is all set to contest in the next Assembly elections in Karnataka
- I have offers to contest from seven constituencies including Chikkamagalur, he said in a press meet
- He also said that Sriram Sene is in talks with Shiv Sena and a decision is expected after he speaks to his party workers.
Man of controversies, Pramod Muthalik, who claims himself to be the saviour of Hindu culture is all set to contest in the next Assembly elections in Karnataka.
Pramod Muthalik is so controversial that his entry in Mangaluru, Goa and some other places was banned for allegedly his speech and presence was enough to start a communal violence.
The man who claims himself as the only saviour of Hindu culture and traditions has said that he has an offer to contest from seven constituencies including Chikkamagalur.
He is the president of Sriram Sene and has said that he will contest the election as no one is giving importance to Hinduism and he will contest for the sake of protecting and spreading Hinduism.
He was addressing the media persons in Chikkamagalur.
Further, he said that his party Sriram Sene is in talks with Shiv Sena and a decision is expected after he speaks to his party workers.
However, he expressed disappointment over BJP's negligence. "We are repeatedly trying contact the BJP for a ticket not only they have responded but even did not return a courtesy call," he had said when he was speaking to the media in Kalaburagi, recently.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:58 PM IST