Karnataka slugfest continues: Now, Siddaramaiah says BJP, RSS are 'Hindus without humanity'

Chief minister Siddaramaiah and the Congress party seem confident of retaining power a feat not achieved in many decades in Karnataka

Karnataka slugfest continues: Now, Siddaramaiah says BJP, RSS are 'Hindus without humanity'

Earlier this week, BJP president Amit Shah termed the Karnataka government as being "anti-Hindu" for allegedly being soft on Islamic extremist groups.

Mr Siddaramaiah, who came under intense attack from the BJP on Wedne-sday for saying that the party and its fountainhead RSS had "terroris-ts", on Thursday called them "Hindutva extremists".

On Wednesday, Mr Siddaramaiah provoked massive outrage as he likened the BJP, its ideological mentor RSS or Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh to terrorists, hours after he was described by the BJP as "anti-Hindu".

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It was not clear whether the chief minister made the comment in retaliation to Shahs remark.

On Thursday, Siddaramaiah appeared to soften his stance on the controversy, claiming that he was referring to Hindutva terror when speaking of terrorists.

MLA M P Appachu Ranjan said, "The chief minister has failed to maintain law and order in the state and has failed to arrest those involved in the murder of Hindu youths".

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To this, Siddaramaiah had angrily retorted: "I have reared cows, grazed them and even cleaned the dung".

A day after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath accused his Karnataka counterpart of promoting beef-eating, the latter questioned the former's right to criticise people's food habits. How he does that is his angle. While the BJP is looking for a comeback in the only south Indian State it had ever formed government, for the Congress it is the only State with economic and political clout where the party is in power.

The video uploaded demonstrates various controversial characteristics and deeds of Adityanath as a leader which the Congress proposes to be important for becoming BJP's star campaigner.

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