Bangalore | Karnataka Loudspeaker Controversy : The loudspeaker controversy that started from Uttar Pradesh had created a lot of tension in Maharashtra. Now this dispute has once again reached Karnataka. Till a few days ago, the hijab controversy in Karnataka had made a lot of headlines, now once again the administration is on high alert after this dispute escalated here. Here, once again politics has intensified regarding loudspeakers in the state. The latest information has been received that Hanuman Chalisa was recited and good morning bhajans were played from 5.30 am to 6.00 am in more than a thousand temples across the state on Monday in protest against the use of loudspeakers in mosques.
Lessons started at 5 am
Karnataka Loudspeaker Controversy : Hanuman Chalisa was recited with the support of Sri Rama Sena and other Hindu groups in temples in Karnataka’s Bengaluru, Mysore, Mandya, Belgaum, Dharwad, Hubli, Kalaburagi and other places across the state. Pramod Muthalik, the founder of Sri Rama Sena, inaugurated the Hanuman Chalisa recitation at 5 am on loudspeakers at the temple in Mysuru district. From then on the lessons started in all the places. The atmosphere in Karnataka is already quite turbulent, so the administration is in alert mode regarding this matter.
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Action should be taken on loudspeakers in mosques.
Karnataka Loudspeaker Controversy : Ram Sena founder Muthalik, while talking to reporters, said that if the state government does not take action against the use of loudspeakers in mosques, then Hindu activists will intensify the recitation of Hanuman Chalisa in the coming days. He said that action does not make any difference to us, but the administration should not take unilateral action. He said that if the sound of loudspeakers will come out of the mosques, then the voice of Hanuman Chalisa will reverberate from our place too.
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