Pro-Hindu Organisations take out silent march, offer tribute to slain activists

Pro-Hindu Organisations take out silent march, offer tribute to slain activists

August 3, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: A silent march was taken out in city yesterday by a Union of pro-Hindu Organisations to offer tribute to all the slain activists of pro-Hindu organisations including the recently murdered Dakshina Kannada District BJP Yuva Morcha Executive Member Praveen Nettaru.

The march, along with portraits of slain activists and saffron flags, started from Kote Anjaneyaswamy Temple, Palace North Gate and passed through Clock Tower, Gandhi Square, Makkaji Chowk, Sayyaji Rao Road and reached Dufferin Clock Tower where they observed silence for sometime.

Union Convenor M.K. Premkumar, Co-convenor Sanjay, Rakesh Bhat, Jeevan, Chandru, Kumar, Vikas Shastry, Shashikant, Tanuja Mahesh, Mahesh Murthy, Lingambudhi Siddesh, Pankaj Parekh, Golf Kumar, Abhilash, Tejas, Surendra, Anuj Saraswat, Anand Mylari, Suresh, Sharman Parmar, BJP leader P.V. Shivananda Rao, Siddesh and others were present.


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