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😲 DK Shivakumar Claims Black Magic Against Him and CM Siddaramaiah


Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar made sensational allegations, claiming that black magic is being performed against him and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. Speaking to the media in Bengaluru, DK Shivakumar accused political rivals of performing dark rituals to bring down their government. He mentioned that these rituals are being conducted near the Rajarajeshwari Temple in Kerala, involving powerful spells like 'Raja Kantakam' and 'Marana Mohana Stambhanam.'

DK Shivakumar revealed that tantric practitioners and Aghoris in Kerala are leading these 'Shatru Bhairavi' rituals aimed at eliminating enemies. He further alleged that animal sacrifices, including 21 black goats, three buffaloes, 21 sheep, and five pigs, are part of these ceremonies. "We know who is behind these rituals. Let them do what they want; I believe in my god, who will protect me," he said.

When asked if he is performing any rituals to protect himself from the black magic, DK Shivakumar pointed to the sacred thread on his wrist, stating that it protects him from evil forces.

In his remarks, DK Shivakumar emphasized that such challenges from opponents are inevitable in politics but reaffirmed his faith in god. He also indicated that he has detailed information about the individuals and locations involved in these rituals.

In response to these allegations, the JD(S) released videos of former CM HD Kumaraswamy on a vacation with his family, seemingly to quash rumors of his involvement in the black magic rituals mentioned by DK Shivakumar.

Additionally, DK Shivakumar discussed the upcoming MLC elections, mentioning that after discussions with the high command, they have shortlisted 65 candidates for the 11 MLC seats, which are to be contested on June 13. He highlighted that CM's son Yathindra's name has been confirmed by the high command, noting that there are many aspirants from regions like Coastal, Central, and Kalyana Karnataka, including 21 from Mangaluru and 9 from Chikmagalur.

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