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Karnataka Election: CM Bombay said – As Hanuman Was For Ram, Similarly Bajrang Dal is for Bali

Bynewshuntexpress

May 9, 2023
Karnataka Election: CM Bombay said – As Hanuman Was For Ram, Similarly Bajrang Dal is for Bali

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Voting for the Karnataka Assembly elections will be held on May 10. On Tuesday, a day before the polling, BJP leaders and CM Basavaraj Bommai recited Hanuman Chalisa at the Hanuman temple.

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Voting for the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023 will be held on Wednesday, May 10 and the election result will be declared on May 13. The election campaign has come to an end 48 hours before the polling. After the end of the election campaign, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and other leaders went to the Hanuman temple and recited the Hanuman Chalisa on Tuesday. On the other hand, BJP leaders across the state recited Hanuman Chalisa in Hanumam temples a day before polling.

At the same time, after reciting Hanuman Chalisa in the temple, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said that the people of Karnataka have already decided to vote for BJP. We believe in Lord Hanuman and Rama, they are the source of our strength. What Hanuman is to Ram, Bajrang Dal is to Bali.

Let us tell you that a day before the voting, BJP leaders and BJP supporters across Karnataka went to the temples and sat with the group and recited the Hanuman Chalisa.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai along with his supporters recited Hanuman Chalis at Hanuman Mandir in Hubli. While Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje and Excise Minister K Gopalaiah reached Lord Hanuman Temple in Bengaluru and recited ‘Hanuman Chalisa’.

Not only this, where the BJP leaders recited Hanuman Chalisa in the temple, the state chief of BJP’s main opposition party Congress, DK Shivkumar went to the Anjaneya temple and duly offered prayers.

Let us tell you that the entry of Lord Bajrangbali in the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023 took place when the Congress party released its election manifesto. In this election manifesto, Congress promised that if the Congress government is formed in Karnataka, our party will ban organizations like Bajrang Dal.

During the elections, Congress created a big problem for itself by taking this resolution, BJP leaders started besieging Congress on its resolution to ban Bajrangal Dal. In the midst of the elections, this resolution of the Congress gave a big opportunity to the BJP to further enhance its Hindutva image.

All the senior and other leaders of BJP, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accused the Congress of insulting Bajrangbali by talking about banning Bajrang Dal, which raised the slogan of Bajrangbali.

Not only this, in Karnataka and other states including Bengaluru, the BJP, Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad recited Hanuman Chalisa at various places in protest against the resolution to ban Bajrang Dal in the Congress manifesto. State capital Bengaluru resounded with the slogans of Jai Bajrangbali.

Not only this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an election rally called upon the people of Karnataka to vote on May 10 by saying Jai Bajrang Bali. Had also appealed to Congress to insult Bajrangbali by voting for BJP.

On the other hand, when the Congress had to face strong opposition after the resolution to ban Bajrang Dal, Congress State President DK Shivakumar went to the temple of Anjaneya and offered his head on the formation of the Congress government in Karnataka by sharing his photo on social media. Announcing the construction of Hanuman temple, he was seen patching up the mistake of Congress.

However, BJP took a dig at the announcement of construction of Hanuman temple and said that DK Shivkumar is from Tipu Sultan’s family, those who celebrate Tipu Sultan’s birth anniversary will never build Hanuman temple.

 

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