Hospet: Sri Ram Sena chief Pramod Muthalik has urged the Centre to impose a ban on live-in relationships in India with immediate effect.
Addressing the media on Tuesday, December 6 he said, “In India, marriage is considered a sacred relationship. Live-in relationship is illegal and will lead to horrific incidents like that of the Shraddha Walkar murder case. Hence, I urge the Centre to ban this practice as well as frame stringent laws against Love Jihad.”
Muthalik also urged the Centre to begin direct train between Ram Janmabhoomi (Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh) and Hanuman Janmabhoomi (Anjanadri Hills, Karnataka).
Meanwhile, he reiterated that he would field 25 pro-Hindu activists in the upcoming 2023 Karnataka Assembly election to safeguard Hindutva.