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Answer public calls on Sene: Trajano to CM
June 30, 2012
PANJIM: If Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar does not care for Sri Ram Sene, he should at least care for the public spirited citizens who have come together against the outfit, President of Lokacho Adhar Trajano D’Mello said.
“Is the CM pretending to be deaf to the outcry of so many organizations and public-spirited
citizens, especially one like ‘Ami Goenkar’ who constitute youth cutting across communities, headed by a young journalist Anwesha Singbal, which said an emphatic "No" to the ‘Ram Sene’ coming to Goa? I am sure the CM definitely does not consider all these organizations and public-spirited citizens are ‘altu faltu’ people!” D’Mello said responding to Parrikar’s statement that the Sri Ram Sene were “altu faltu” and did not deserve his attention.
“Does the CM feel it is below his dignity to emphatically answer to the people of the State that he will not allow the ‘Ram Sene’ to open its office in Goa?” he asked.
Should the ‘Ram Sene’, which has proved its communal colors in the neighboring BJP-ruled Karnataka be permitted to open shop in Goa?
Does it not open the possibility of this organisation being kept the doors open to indoctrinate the innocent and unpolluted minds of the Goan youth?” he further questioned.
Are travel advisories linked to Ram Sene?
PANJIM: Questioning whether the Ram Sene is just a Sanatan Sanstha under a different name, D’Mello said that it is no surprise that foreign countries start issuing travel advisories.
“Recently there are reports in the national newspapers that the Maharashtra government is banning ‘Sanatan Sanstha’ for its nefarious activities which are being established. Goa may have to follow suit, the reason is that ‘Sanatan Sanstha’ has been suspected to be involved in the Margao bomb case. Is the ‘Sanatan Sanstha’ allowed to come in under another label?” he said.
“With the entry of the organization like ‘Ram Sene’ we should not be surprised if foreign countries issue advisories to their citizens to be wary of visiting Goa,” he said.