“Calling me a demon does not demoralize me or my people. We will set up our unit in September, since we are not doing anything illegal. We are a patriotic organisation with the intent to safe-guard the interest of our Hindu culture and tradition. And sometimes it is required to take an aggressive stance on such issues,” expressed Mutalik.
Sri Ram Sena has been carrying the tag of a controversial right-wing Hindu fundamentalist organization after its members attacked young men and women at a Bangalore pubs. The statement of Mutalik at the Hindu Nation Convention of wanting to set up a unit in Goa and keep a check on the women going to pubs/clubs has been receiving strong opposition from different political and civil society activists.
The Chief Minister has assured the House that if Mutalik were to set foot in Goa, he would have him arrested and no such anti-social activities will be tolerated.