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The Goa government today extended the ban on Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Muthalik, who is prohibited from entering the state since 2014, by another two months.
The government has been prohibiting Muthalik from coming to Goa since 2014.
Collector Anjali Sehrawat, in an order issued today, banned Muthalik's entry for another 60 days under section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
His associates are also banned from entering the state.
"It has been reported by the Superintendent of Police, South that fear of disturbance of the communal peace and harmony in the State of Goa is not ruled out in case of entry of Pramod Muthalik, and his member associates in the District," Sehrawat said in her order.
Ram Sene had become infamous after its workers attacked a pub in Mangalore in 2009 and beat up young women among others.
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