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What is the wrong with the statement of Ramya on Pakistan people's hospitality for her - Dr. G. Parameshwar

Published On : 26 Aug 2016   |  Reported By : Richard D'Souza


Udupi: During the visit to Sri Krishna Temple and visit to Paryaya Pejawar Swamiji on Friday, 26th August, 2016, Dr. G. Parameshwar Home Minister of Karnataka speaking with media persons said that he clarified many times regarding the Ramya’s statement at Mangaluru about her statement. He said what the wrong is if Ramya talks about Pakistani people regarding their hospitality during her visit there. What is the wrong if Ramya talks about the people of there when they gave her hospitality very well?

Dr. G. Parameshwar said that Narendra Modi invited the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for his swearing in ceremony. After that Modi also visited Pakistan. Regarding the issue at Mangaluru on Ramya he said Mangaluru is very important city and developing city in coastal Karnataka with sea port and economy.

He said on the issue of Praveen Poojary’s brutal murder, said that in the name of cow protection no one should resort to violence and takes the law in their hand.

In reply to media persons on the developments in the investigations of Bhakar Shetty murder case, he said that as per the request from large people for the speedy investigation the case has handed over to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and they begun their investigation. We should wait for the fair investigation report from them at the earliest.

Prior to speaking with media persons Dr. G. Parameshwar met Pejawar Swamiji and he requested the pontiff to pray for the rain in the state which marginally shortage. The remaining season of rain this year if get less, we are in the state facing severe drought as well as shortage of drinking water. He went to Kollur and prayed for the rain there. He called to all the people of the state to pray for the rain.







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