Bangalore, Feb 12 (ANI): Pramod Muthalik, the leader of the right-wing Sri Ram Sene, who was left black-faced by alleged activists of the Youth Congress in the middle of a debate on 'Valentines Day' celebrations, has now demanded justice saying the attack on him was an attack on democracy.
Muthalik has cried foul saying that the attack was pre-planned and that nobody has the right to take the law into their hands.
However, he is still determined to protest the 'Valentine's Day' celebrations.
Muthalik, got a taste of his own medicine on Wednesday when his face was blackened by the alleged activists of the Youth Congress in the middle of an open air debate on Valentine's Day hosted by a local TV channel in Bangalore.
Eyewitnesses claimed that several youths clambered on to the makeshift stage where the debate was being filmed and cornered Muthalik in his seat, pushing him to the ground and smearing his face with charcoal.
The youths later escaped before the police could swing into action.
Muthalik had hit the headlines last year after his party men allegedly molested few women in a Mangalore pub saying that women should not go to pubs. (ANI)