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Karnataka: Pro-Terror Graffiti In Mangaluru A ‘Handiwork’ Of Hindutva Activists, Claims SDPI; Recent NIA Raids At Its Premises Had Unearthed Lethal Weaponry

By swarajyamag

A week after pro-terror graffiti that threatened to ‘invite Lashkar-e-Taiba and Taliban to deal with Sanghis and Manuvadis’ appeared on the compound wall of an apartment complex in Mangaluru, the Social Democratic Party Of India (SDPI), the political arm of the radical Islamist group, Popular Front of India, has called it a ‘handiwork of Hindutva activists’.

The political party has expressed ‘concerns’ over the ‘handiwork’ and said it suspects involvement of the ‘Sangh Parivar‘ in the two incidents that saw communal messages painted on the walls of the coastal town.

The coastal town has a reputation for being a ‘communal cauldron’.

Dakshina Kannada president of the SDPI, Ataulla Jokatte, drew parallels between the graffiti and other incidents like “hoisting Pakistan Flag at Sindhagi Tahsildar’s office, defacing a temple in Chamarajnagar with cattle head, and throwing a religious banner on Shankaracharya statue in Sringeri” and said the current incident, too, like these mentioned, seems to be a ‘handiwork’ of Hindutva activists, it was reported.

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