BJP Members Tore AAP Posters: Just before Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann doing a march as part of their election campaign, there was a protest over an AAP leader’s allegedly “anti-Hindu” statements.
BJP Members Tore AAP Posters: In Vadodara, Gujarat, supporters of the governing BJP mwmbers tore down Aam Aadmi Party flags in protest against alleged “anti-Hindu” remarks made by a party leader there. This was done in advance of a rally that party leader Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann were planning to attend.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal used analogies to Hindu mythology during the “Tiranga Rally,” which started about three hours after the scheduled 4pm on a wet day, to claim that the BJP “insults Gods.” He sang the phrases “Jai Sri Ram” and “Jai Sri Krishna,” identifying himself as a devoted follower.
“All of our adversaries are devils, like Kansa. It is our obligation to eliminate them. They ought to be aware that I was born on Lord Krishna’s birthday, Janmashtami, “he said. Religious sources claim that Lord Krishna had murdered his wicked uncle Kansa.
In the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where elections are schedule for December, the AAP is actively campaigning.
Durgesh Pathak, a prominent AAP leader, tweeted after the demonstration that “this hooliganism indicates the BJP’s dread of defeat in Gujarat.”
The anti-AAP demonstrators were enrage by Delhi minister Rajendra Pal Gautam’s swearing-in to Buddhism during a mass conversion ceremony in Delhi, where he was one of hundreds who repeated BR Ambedkar’s 22 vows, which include rejecting Hindu Gods and Brahminical customs.
Although Mr. Kejriwal is “very furious” with his minister, the AAP didn’t explicitly address it, according to party insiders. However, Mr. Gautam has subsequently apologized for “hurting anyone’s religious emotions.” He has, however, highlighted the right to freedom of religion and said that he has just recited the vows made by the illustrious Dalit leader, who became a Buddhist at a similar gathering in 1956.
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The demonstrators in Vadodara today described the Delhi event as an insult to Hinduism, despite the fact that some of them claimed to be “regular, proud Hindus” and “not with the BJP.” A lady who tore down AAP posters said that “the AAP politician (Rajendra Pal Gautam) caused lakhs of Hindus to leave their religion.”
Nearly 7,000 individuals, largely Dalits, accepted Buddhism during the event, which was hosted by the NGO Jai Bheem Mission, which Mr. Gautam created. Rajratna Ambedkar, BR Ambedkar’s great-grandnephew, attended.
The AAP minister is charge with “spewing hatred against Hindus” by the BJP, which also released the event’s footage on Twitter and filed police complaints.