The state government last week has extended the ban on entry of Founder & Chief of “Sri Ram Sene” Pramod Mutalik by 60 days with effect from 10th November, 2020. According to orders issued by south Goa district magistrate, Ajit Roy “It is apprehended that his communal speeches will promote enmity among various religious communities and will be prejudicial to maintenance of harmony, public peace an safety”.
Roy further said that “on going through the report of Superintendent of Police, South Goa and having examined the facts and circumstance brought out in the said report, I am satisfied that there are sufficient grounds for proceeding under Section 144 of Cr. P.C. 1973 to prohibit members of “Sri Ram Sene” and its leader Shri Pramod Mutalik from entering into jurisdiction of South Goa District and making aggressive statement and comments which could hurt the communal feeling of groups and lead to violence and it turn result into serious law and order problems”.