Kathi Mahesh father Kathi Obulesu supports his son and fires on Swami Paripoornananda

Kathi Mahesh father Kathi Obulesu supports his son and fires on Swami ParipoornandaKathi Mahesh‘s father Kathi Obulesu supported his son, who has been expulsion from the Hyderabad city with frequent controversial remarks and recent comments on Lord Rama. He also fired on swami Paripoornanda.

We have already reported that Film critic Kathi Mahesh has been banned from entering Hyderabad for 6 Months for making inflammatory statements that hurt religious sentiments of residents in the city. Telangana DGP Mahender Reddy blamed Mahesh Kathi for causing unrest and has taken him out of Hyderabad and dropped him in his native Chittoor district. He said, “Kathi Mahesh has been externed from Hyderabad for the next 6 months under the Telangana Prevention of Anti-Social and Hazardous Activities Act, 1980 and he has been taken out of the city to be dropped at his native place in Chittoor district.” Now Kathi Mahesh’s father Kathi Obulesu has came forward in the support of his son and against Sri Peetham seer Swami Paripoornananda.

Kathi Obulesu said that instead of his son, the seer Swami Paripoornananda should have been externed. It is only because my son Kathi Mahesh is a Dalit,  everyone is criticizing him. The Brahmins are making unnecessary noises. Kathi Obulesu demanded Swami Paripoornanda to be expelled from the city too as he is provoking Hindus.

Kathi Obulesu added that the real face of Lord Ram would be understood if one reads the book ‘Ramayana Visha Vruksham.’ My son Kathi Mahesh not an agnostic, he is also Hindu.

He also opened up about Kathi Mahesh’s married life and confirmed that he is not separated from his wife. He had gone to Lucknow on 4th July  to celebrate the birthday of his son.

Earlier on Monday, the city police placed seer Swami Paripoornananda under house arrest at his Jubilee Hills residence. The seer Swami Paripoornananda was scheduled to lead a ‘Darmika Chaitanya Yatra’ beginning from Hyderabad City but the police said that they had not granted permission as they suspected that anti-social elements could take the advantage of  rally and cause disturbance to public peace.