Terrorist organization will be banned, 10 controversial laws will be withdrawn – Karnataka minister

Karnataka Congress: After winning a huge majority in Karnataka and forming the government, now all ministers including CM Siddaramaiah are in action. First of all, preparations are being made to abolish the controversial laws brought by the BJP government. Priyank Kharge, a minister in the Congress government of Karnataka and son of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, has given a big statement regarding this. In which he also talked about banning Bajrang Dal in gestures. Apart from this, Priyank also mentioned hijab ban, cow slaughter and conversion.

talk of banning peace breakers
Pointing to Bajrang Dal, Karnataka government minister Priyank Kharge said, “Any organization that will spread terror or try to disturb peace in Karnataka will be prosecuted. If there is a need to ban, we will. However, priority will be given to five The guarantee has to be fulfilled, the RSS-PFI issue will come later.”

Siddaramaiah government will withdraw 10 laws
Apart from this, Mallikarjun Kharge’s son Priyank also talked about abolishing the laws made in the BJP’s Bommai government. He said, “Hijab law, law against cow slaughter, religious conversion law made during the time of BJP government are about ten such laws which will be withdrawn. The Congress government will withdraw all those laws and orders which hinder the economic progress of the state.” and hinder prosperity.”

Addressing the media, Priyank said, “Our target is to make Karnataka number one again and we will take steps in that direction”. After several days, the government was formed. Priyank, son of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, is among the eight ministers who were inducted into the cabinet headed by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah last week. During this, DK Shivakumar became the only deputy CM of Karnataka.

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