The Sri Rama Sene crossed limits by attacking women in a Mangalore pub,and the central government is seriously watching its activities,Home Minister P Chidambaram said today.
The Sene is a threat to the country. No outfit will be allowed to do moral policing. Sene has crossed limits in the Mangalore incident. They cannot dictate what one should wear or where one should go, Chidambaram said after inaugurating Keralas first coastal police station at Neendakara in the states Kollam district.
Asked if the Centre would ban the Sene,Chidambaram said the Karnataka government had promised to take stern action against the outfit. Let us hope that the state will take action against the Sene.
On Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modis reported comment that terrorists needed to be replied in the same coin,Chidambaram said he was not aware of the circumstances in which Modi made the comment. The government would not allow anyone to take the law in their hands,he said.
He said Pakistan was still reluctant to provide details on the Mumbai terror attacks. No country would believe Pakistans claim that it had no role in the attacks. He said the process to issue multi-purpose identity cards to people living in coastal states and UTs will be over by 2010.