Will adopt the Yogi model if the situation demands it: primary report to Union Gov sent to ban SDPI, PFI: Karnataka CM

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai paid his respect to the late BJP worker Praveen Nettaru' s protrait at his house in Bellare, Dakshina Kannada on Thursday

Bengaluru: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has said that his government has declared a war against the elements who disturb social harmony and spread communal hatred in the state. There is no compromise on maintaining law and order, he said.

Speaking to reporters during a press conference, he replied to a question and said the state government took action within 24 hours in the case related to the murder of Harsha in Shivamogga, stringent action was taken in the riots that rocked DJ Halli and KG Halli. It is not just verbal assurances; we have acted tough against these elements. Stern action would be taken against the killers of Praveen too, Bommai said.

 Many measures are being taken to prevent and control such heinous acts in Karnataka. We will adopt the Yogi model, if the situation demands it, to deal with anti-national and communal elements, Bommai said.

 The state government has successfully handled many incidents which threatened to disturb social harmony in the state. The Hijab controversy and the Azaan issue were resolved tactfully and effectively.

 Replying to a question on banning PFI and SDPI Bommai said, the union government would decide on it. The state government has sent its reports in this regard from time to time. The process has started.

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