Bengaluru: The Karnataka government might ban the communal and extremist organizations Popular Front of India (PFI) and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) for instigating violence in the state during the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Two persons were killed in Mangalore after police fired against violent protesters trying to engage in violence and arson.
Minister for Primary and Secondary Education, S. Suresh Kumar, said, “These organisations have no base in any civilised society. Their actions amount to anti-social cause. Both these organisations need to be banned. We are going to discuss in the Cabinet.”
Earlier Tourism Minister, C. T. Ravi, said that these organizations have joined hands with Congress and were trying to destabilize the government by disturbing law and order.
Both the organizations have been engaged in communally dividing the society and for promoting Islamic extremism.