BJP leaders slam Siddaramaiah for allegedly visiting temple after eating non-veg food


Bengaluru News Today Live Updates: Karnataka BJP leaders target top Congress official Siddaramaiah for going to a temple during his recent visit to Kodagu district after eating non-vegetarian food, and accused him of hurting people religious feelings. It came even as the former chief minister tried to downplay the issue and assert his right to choice of food, while questioning whether God had prescribed food when visiting temples. He, however, gave no details about the food eaten before visiting the Kodagu district temple.

The Karnataka High Court has ruled that the “azan” (Muslim call to prayer) on the loudspeakers does not violate the human rights of people of other faiths. He refused to order mosques to stop playing azan on loudspeakers. However, the court ordered authorities to implement the “noise pollution rules” relating to loudspeakers and file a compliance report.

Meanwhile, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday ordered the establishment of a high-level committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary for Mines Modernization. The chief minister also ordered officials to change the sand policy appropriately to help the poor and middle classes.


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