In the opposition center of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and other groups on the right hand side of Tipu Jayanti, the stage is set for the officially-sponsored official celebrations of the fourth edition of Jayanti.
The BJP and the Sangh Parivar chain, led by their leaders, hosted protests in different parts of the State on Friday and warned that they intensified their opposition on Saturday if the government refused to cancel celebrations "for the benefit of the public".
The Mandya police have clamped banning orders in Srirangapatna, the erstwhile capital of the Mysore region of where Tipu said. Similar to the police action in Kodagu and Chitradurga, where there is a strong opposition to the Tipu Jayanti celebrations.
Absence of Prime Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy's name on the government invitations list and decided to take three days of rest, until Sunday, following a doctor's advice has also had a serious criticism from the savage party.
Janata Dal (Secular), especially Mr Kumaraswamy, had questioned the logic behind the Congress marking Tipu Jayanti last year. Indeed, in November last, Mr Kumaraswamy sought to know what the purpose behind the government of Congress was at that time celebrating the occasion when the State grew under successive drought and that farmers had lost crop worth ₹ 45,000 crore
Due to joining the Congress and promising to continue all of the programs launched by the previous government, the JD (S), and by the coalition government's extension, are forced to observe a fourth edition of Tipu Jayanti. This has left Mr Kumaraswamy in a tight spot.
The government of a previous congress, led by Siddaramaiah, began to celebrate Tipu Jayanti in 2015. The BJP Opposition defeated the teeth and nails decision. Their allegation is that the 18th century manager in Mysore is a man and a "anti-Hindu" man.
And during the opening of the Tipu Jayanti celebrations in 2015, the receiver Jnanpith and the author of Girish Karnad triggered a debate by favoring naming the international airport of Bengaluru after Tipu Sultan.
To stop any trouble during the celebrations, Deputy First Minister, G. Parameshwara, who also holds a Home portfolio, has banned processes either to support or against the Jayanti. In addition, only indoor functions will be carried out.
There were differences between Mr Parameshwara and Minister for Food and Civil Supplies Zameer Ahmed Khan over the location of Tipu Jayanti celebrations. Although the first was blocked for Ravindra Kalakshetra for security reasons, the latter wanted to host the event at Feast Hall, Vidhana Soudha. Ultimately, Mr Khan was the last laugh.