Opposing proposed legislation on anti-superstition and black magic in Karnataka, BJP on Thursday challenged the Congress Government to include superstitions practised by non-Hindu communities in the proposed legislation before it was tabled in assembly.
Two persons were arrested and two others were detained here after alert locals foiled their alleged attempt to perform human sacrifices, for curing an ailing member of their family, police said on Friday.
Days after Maha promulgated the anti-black magic and superstition ordinance, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah said his government too will enact a law against practitioners of black magic, blind faith and superstition.
Congress Monday ridiculed
Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa`s claim that there
was a conspiracy to eliminate him by taking recourse to "black
magic" saying it exposed the BJP leader`s "medieval and