With the change of government in Karnataka, there are calls to change the decisions of the previous BJP government. Congress minister Priyank Kharge on Wednesday said that orders and laws such as amendment in school books and anti-conversion law in Karnataka shall see changes with the new government coming in force.
Priyank Kharge, son of Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge, said his government would ban organizations like Bajrang Dal and RSS if peace in the state was disturbed. If the BJP leadership finds this unacceptable, they can go to Pakistan.
Priyank, a minister in the Karnataka government, said that we have promised to make Karnataka a paradise. If peace is disturbed, we will not even consider whether it is Bajrang Dal or RSS. Whenever law will be taken in hand, ban will be imposed. He said the government would withdraw the ban on hijab and halal cut.
Every policy brought in the BJP government will be reconsidered. Without commenting on the demand to withdraw the ban on hijab, the minister said that all the policies of the BJP government, which are against the constitution and solidarity of the society, will be reviewed.
Karnataka Minister Dr. G. God said, ‘We will see in the future what we can do better. For the time being, we have to fulfill the five guarantees made to the people of Karnataka.” A week ago, Kaneez Fathima, the only Muslim woman MLA of the Karnataka Congress, had said that the Congress would soon lift the hijab ban in educational institutions. We will get those girls back in the classrooms and they can sit for their exams.