Karnataka has already restricted movements of Muthalik because of his alleged provocative speeches. Recently, the Karnataka government planned to withdraw the 13 cases filed against him in various parts of the state. But it withdrew the proposal later. Goa has extended the ban imposed on Sri Ram Sene founder Pramod Muthalik by two more months. Consequently, Muthalik cannot enter Goa for another two months from now and he is upset about it. The North Goa district magistrate issued an order extending the ban by another 60 days citing law and order situation. Muthalik had questioned the ban imposed by Goa in the Supreme Court, which dismissed his petition. Goa has restricted Muthalik's entry into the state since 2014.
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