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MLA BA Mohiuddin Bava apologises for changing Ayyappa song

Published On : 11 Mar 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: After hue and cry, Mangaluru City North MLA BA Mohiuddin Bava has apologisged for unknowingly hurting the religious sentiments by using a converted version of Ayyappa devotional song for his political campaign.

Addressing the mediahe said , "I did not have any intention to hurt the sentiments of any religion, I have been apart of several programmes and was a devotee of Ayyappa Swamy . I pray for prosperity of my devotees and have also donated funds for the development of Ayyappa temple. Hurting religious sentiments was never the intention and I also urge everyone not to make the song viral. The issue is being politicized by some. I’m ready to face the consequences for my mistake."have

BJP and Hindu organisations were upset with this and had complained regarding the same to DC. With Bava apologisin g, we can expect the controversy to end soon.

 







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