The centre is closely watching the Sri Rama Sene and expects the Karnataka government to take strong action against it in connection to the recent attacks on women, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram said.
“Sri Rama Sene is a threat to a democratic country like India. It has crossed all limits and we can’t allow it further,” he said after inaugurating the state’s first coastal police station in Neendakara near Kollam, 65 km from here.
On whether the Centre would impose a blanket ban on the outfit, he evaded a directly reply. “Let us see what the state government is doing. The chief minister has promised to take strong action.”
Condemning the attack on women at a pub and the alleged abduction of a legislator’s daughter in Mangalore, Chidambaram said the outfit had no business dictating what one should wear and eat or where one should go. “We won’t allow them to take the law into their hands. No organisation can become a self-styled police force,” he said.