"There is no such immediate proposal before us (government)...lot of discussions regarding this is going on. The Chief Minister is on tour for about a month now, we will have discussion on the issue with the Chief Minister, also in the cabinet," Reddy in Shivamogga.
His statement comes in the waks of demands to recommend for ban on Popular Front of India (PFI) and right wing organisations in the state.
But the PFI has blamed Sangh Parivar outfits for the killing of those from Muslim community in the region.
"Both sides were involved. Number of deaths due to violence might be slightly more this side or that side. If it (ban) has to be done, it should be for both sides, not just one side," he said.
As the coastal region remained on edge over repeated incidents of communal tensions, Siddaramaiah had recently warned of "stringent" action against organisations instigating communal sentiments in the state.
He said if political leaders remain silent, there would not be any violence in the region.
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