When GoaChronicle.com team spoke with Mutalik today following a report that appeared in a national daily, he confirmed that Sri Ram Sena has not changed its stance on Goa. Some people have not understood our message of protecting our Hindu culture, therefore some have objections. We will not change our stance on dealing with the westernisation of our Indian culture in Goa and the our local unit will deal with the clubs, pubs and parties that corrupt our culture appropriately and severely if need be.
Confirming that Sri Ram Sena Goa unit will be operational from September this year, Mutalik added, “Since Goa is known for its tourism by virtue of this you will have the mushrooming of many clubs, discos and rave parties. Such activities might be permissible outside of India in foreign countries, but this is not part of our culture, especially since it lures our young Indian girls into such activities in the name of modernisation.”
Strangely while the Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar refuses to commit on ‘altu faltu’ issues, Mutalik has reiterated that he will get the CM to inaugurate his unit in Goa.