Bangalore: Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Muthalik is out on bail on conditions that he would neither tamper with prosecution witnesses, nor involve in any such activities. The 28 Sri Ram Sene activists arrested in the Mangalore pub attack case too are out on bail. The Sri Ram Sene sees this as sign of their victory. “It is a victory of our revolution. Three chief ministers have acknowledged the shutting down of pub culture,” says Muthalik. But in the streets of Mangalore the protests against the pub attack have gathered more steam. This time students and teachers from all the colleges are protesting not just against the attack but also against the National Women's Commission's support for the Sri Ram Sena. “How can we justify a crime against the constitution,” says a social activist Prof Rita Noronha. The saffron camp is not keeping quiet either, there are doing a counter demonstration to condemn what they call pub culture. The saffron organisations now see this as an opportunity to further their cause. They will soon start house to house campaigns to spread what they call true Indian values.