Hindu Sena chief slams BJP leaders for using Modi's name
Pramod Muthalik, chief of Rashtriya Hindu Sena, has asked the people of Karnataka to beat the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders "with slippers" if they try to seek votes in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, reported India today. Notably, the Legislative Assembly elections are scheduled to be held in Karnataka before May 2023.
Ask for votes without Modi's name: Muthalik
Muthalik, who will contest the elections as an independent candidate from Karnataka's Karkala, reportedly challenged the BJP candidates to garner votes without Modi's name and photo. "This time, ask for votes without using Modi's name. Let there not be photos of Modi on pamphlets and banners...Try seeking votes with the pride of beating your chest that you had worked so much," he said.