Mangaluru: State Minister for Food and Civil Supplies U T Khader clarified regarding chappal remarks made by him, which has taken a controversial turn.
Khader said he did not intend to offend anyone, nor has he spoken against anyone. "I had only expressed my pain over the disrespect shown to the culture of the district when a senior leader, a chief minister of neighbouring state was visiting our district," said Khader.
In his speech during the function, Khader with reference to the hartal call given in DK district had said those violating the Constitution should be slippered. "Opposing the arrival of a constitutionally elected Chief Minister was against constitution. It is our culture to treat guests with respect. But today some forces by giving a bundh call have offended our culture as well as constitution. Those showing disrespect to the Constitution must be slippered."
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