"You can seek clarification from him, he won't speak anything of this kind if he has no intelligence input," Congress spokesperson Tom Vadakkan told reporters here, when asked to comment on Siddaramaiah's remarks.
On Tuesday, at a rally in Chitradurga district, Mr. Shah claimed that the State government was "anti-Hindu" as it had withdrawn cases against the Social Democratic Party of India, the political wing of the Popular Front of India, a hardline Islamic organisation. "As many as 21 BJP and RSS workers have been killed in Karnataka in the last three years and the government is not even investigating it".
"The RSS, Bajrang Dal and BJP are terrorists".
Mr Siddaramaiah, who came under intense attack from the BJP on Wedne-sday for saying that the party and its fountainhead RSS had "terroris-ts", on Thursday called them "Hindutva extremists".
Kumar condemned the chief minister's remarks, terming it as an attack on the country's biggest political party. But, later speaking to reporters in Mysuru, Siddaramaiah said, "I had said they are Hindutva terrorists". "I called them Hindutva extremists because I, too, am a Hindu". That is the difference between me and...
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Hitting out at Shah, Vadakkan said it was "strange" that Shah called the state government as "anti-Hindu".
Karnataka Home Affairs Minister Ramalinga Reddy said the Congress was willing to face any complaint as the party can substantiate the chief minister's statement, the Hindustan Times reported.
"Shahs intention is to win. Only Amit Shah ji can do this", he said, adding only people of the state can decide whose government will be formed (in the state).
A delegation of the BJP leaders led by former state Law Minister Suresh Kumar met Bengaluru Police Commissioner T Sunil Kumar and filed the complain accusing Mr Siddaramaiah of branding BJP and RSS members as "terrorists".