Panaji, Mar 19: Goa Home Minister on Thursday, Mar 19 said that Sri Rama Sena chief, Pramod Muthalik will not be allowed to enter Goa, saying that the locals themselves will drive away divisive forces like Pramod Muthalik.
Muthalik, on Wednesday, Mar 18 said in Belgaum that he along with his volunteers would enter the tourist state to protest the pub culture existing there. He said this reacting to the challenge of Naik who had declared that the right wing group would not be allowed to set up its unit in Goa.
Muthalik also said that several political leaders were in touch with him and Sri Rama Sena would hold public meetings in Goa. Reacting to this, Naik said, "Let him come first... when is he coming? People of Goa themselves will drive out such divisive forces," Naik told reporters in Panaji.
"We will not allow incidents like attack on Mangalore pub to happen here." Goa is a peaceful state and Government will not allow anyone to spoil it, he said.