Gangadhar Kulkarni, the newly appointed president of yet to open Goa branch of the Sene, said the initiative is "to bring about a change in mental attitude and morality of Tejpal".
"We are presenting the holy book as a gift to Tejpal to teach him the importance of Hindu culture. Bhagavad Gita is a symbol of Hindu culture. Shriram Sene feels that by at least reading Shrimadbhagawtgita, there will reformation in him", Kulkarni said at a press conference flanked by the coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for Goa State Manoj Solanki and vice-president of Sene Karnataka, Kumar Hakeri.
When Shriram Sene restrained the 'pub culture' in Mangalore, Shoma Chaudhury made "unrefined appeal to young girls 'to send pink undergarments to Shriram Sene', Kulkarni said adding that the "culture of such western-oriented people have been fully revealed now."