RSS, Bajrang Dal and BJP are terrorists, says Siddaramaiah

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The war of words between the Congress and BJP's "star campaigner" Yogi Adityanath, sparked by the recent exchange of hostilities with Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah during Yogi's visit to the state, escalated in the form an "attack" video on social media that poked fun at the Hindu hardliner.

The agitators came in a rally shouting slogans against the State government and Congress party as part of their "Jail Bharo" program.

"They are themselves like terrorists in a way", Siddaramiah had said. "I am joining the party without any demands", he said.

To this, Siddaramaiah had angrily retorted: "I have reared cows, grazed them and even cleaned the dung". Siddaramaiah had yesterday alleged that the BJP, the RSS and the Bajrang Dal have terrorists within their organisations, a charge rubbished by the saffron party. That is the difference between me and.

Karandlaje also alleged that the Congress had "sheltered, financed and trained" LTTE and its leader Prabhakaran.

The BJP also dared Siddaramaiah to arrest its as well as RSS leaders.

Praising the saint-politician, PM Modi said that the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister has successfully challenged many "acche khiladi" (legendary players) in the "Twitter-Twitter ka khel" (game on Twitter). "We will take stringent action against anyone who indulges in terror activities, whether they are from PFI, SDPI, RSS or Bajrang Dal", Siddaramaiah said as per The New Indian Express. On the other hand, the PFI has blamed the Sangh Parivar for the killing of those from Muslim community in the region. "He is the CM.It is possible that the CM has inputs which we don't have", a spokesperson said.

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