protest against Alleged ‘anti-Hindu’ statements by a human public party minister in Delhi, supporters of The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in RIP Vadodara from Gujarat today AAP banners Before of A rally scheduled by party boss Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Man.
In the “Teranga Rally” which started about three hours after 4 pm on Rainy day, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal took To Hindu mythological references to the claim that the BJP “insults the gods”. raise slogans of “Jai Sri Ram” and “Jai Sri Krishna” while calling himself the steadfast Savior.
“our enemies They are all demons like Kansa. we’ve got duty to exterminate them. that they should knowI was born on Janmashtami (Lord Krishna’s birthday), he said. Lord Krishna killed his evil uncle Kansa, religious texts say.
AAP campaigns aggressively in Prime Minister Narendra Modi home The state, where the elections are to be held in Dec.
after protesting, senior AAP leader Dorgesh Pathak tweeted: “This riot shows BJP Fear of beats in Gujarat State”.
– Dorgesh Pathak (@ipathak25) October 8, 2022
Anti-AAP protesters were angry over Delhi minister Rajendra Pal Gautam swears in collective conversion event for Buddhism in Delhi, where he was among the thousands who He recited BR Ambedkar’s 22 vows which include the condemnation of Hindu deities and the Brahmanical traditions.
While the AAP has not officially taken it directly – Except party Sources say Mr Kejriwal is ‘extremely upset’ with for him minister – Mr. Gautam has since apologized for “Painful for anyone’s religious feelings.” But he was martyred for freedom of He only repeated the promises made by the legendary Dalit leader, who Converted to Buddhism in such a event in 1956.
Protesters in Vadodara today – some of who They said they are “normal and proud Hindus” and “not so with BJP” – cited that Delhi event As an insult to Hinduism. ‘that AAP minister (Rajendra Pal Gautam) made in thousands of Hindus convert their religion “Woman who He tore up the alleged AAP labels.
The event Held by Jai Bheem Mission, a non-governmental organization founded by Mr. Gautam, and where nearly 7,000 people, mostly Dalits, converted to Buddhism. attended by great-Grandpa of Ambedkar, Rajratna Ambedkar.
The BJP filed complaints with the police and shared an eventvideo on Twitter accuses AAP minister of “Poison spit against Hindus”.