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Hindu Maha Sabha to contest Assembly elections in Karnataka from 150 seats

President N Subrahmanya Raju said said the Sabha would contest all the eight seats in Dakshina Kannada district

Press Trust of India  |  Mangaluru 

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The Akhil Bharat Hindu has said it will contest in the forthcoming Assembly elections in from 150 seats.

The first list of candidates will be announced by the end of February, its state N said on Saturday.

The did not consider BJP as its ideological or political ally as the saffron party had long abandoned its Hindutva ideology, he said.

He alleged that was desperately wooing the minority communities to come back to power.

However, the would not win this time just by withdrawing cases against activists, Raju said.

Raju said the Sabha would contest all the eight seats in district.

The entry of Hindu was inevitable at this juncture when the ruling was pursuing anti-Hindu policies, he added.

The Opposition BJP in the state was not effective in opposing these policies, he said adding that majority of Hindus would give a fitting reply to the in the coming elections.

First Published: Sun, January 28 2018. 15:25 IST