Karnataka Elections: Oath in open meeting not to vote for BJP, case of code of conduct filed against Banjara priest

Karnataka Election 2023: Assembly elections are to be held in Karnataka on the 10th of next month. Meanwhile, Kumar Maharaja Swamiji, a priest of the Banjara community of Adrali in Lakshmeshwar taluk (Kumar Maharaja Swamiji) for violating the model code of conduct.

Actually, the people of Banjara community are opposing the decision of Karnataka government regarding internal reservation. The Banjara community has been protesting against the internal reservation implemented by the Basavaraj Bommai-led BJP government, saying that the government’s decision will reduce their quota share. 

Not to vote for BJP…

In a meeting of members of the Banjara community, the priest had said that this internal reservation started by the BJP is unfair to the community. He asked the community members to take an oath in an open meeting not to vote for the BJP in the upcoming elections, a video of which is going viral on social media. 

Case registered under these sections

Investigation will be done on the basis of video – Police

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