Sene moral policing again, objects to girl meeting boy
Mangalore: After lying low for some
months, right wing group Sri Rama Sene has indulged in moral
policing again, this time by objecting to a Hindu girl
visiting the house of her college mate from another community
About eight boys of the college had rented out a
building in Bijay area and four of them were away when the
girl came to their house, police said today.
After knowing about the incident, Sene activists
reported the matter to the police, who took the duo to the
police station for questioning.
But at the request of the Sene activists, no case was
registered against the two and they were let off.
The Sene said it did not want a case against the
students as such a step would harm their career.
The attack by Sene men on a pub in Mangalore last year
in which they assaulted girls and others had triggered off a
wave of protest against the group and also the state BJP
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