‘Kiss of Love’: Hindu Mahasabha welcomes police decision

Mangaluru, Nov 26: Activists of Akhila Bharat Hindu Mahasabha on Wednesday November 26 welcomed the Bengaluru police department’s decision to refuse permission for the controversial ‘Kiss of Love’.

They celebrated by bursting fire crackers and distributing sweets in front of the DC’s office.

Lauding the police department for it’s move, Rohit Suvarna said, “Akhila Bharat Hindu Mahasabha welcomes the move of the police department. ‘Kiss of Love’ was a strategy of the state government to divert the attention of the people from Nandita’s death case, and that is why they planned this event.

“We demand that Nanditha’s death case be handed over to the CBI,” he added.

Rajesh Pavitran, Akhila Bharat Hindu Mahasabha state chief secretary, Rajesh Poojary, state treasurer, Shravan Kumar, district president, Kavita, leader of women’s wing of Akhila Bharat Hindu Mahasabha and others were present.

Source: daijiworld.com