BJP MP Shobha Karandlaje takes on Mamata; says "Welcome to Islamic Republic of West Bengal"
Karandlaje’s statement came as an aftermath of an incident, where a boy named Shovan Mandal got allegedly ‘beaten up’ for saying ‘Jai Sri Ram’ by his headmaster and was ‘not allowed to wear tilak and sacred thread’.
Speaking on the incident, the MP said, “Welcome to Islamic Republic of West Bengal!! Shovan Mandal didn't know that saying 'Jai Sri Ram' among his friends would get him beaten badly by his headmaster. Not only this, was also warned him not to wear sacred thread and tilak”.
Welcome to Islamic Republic of West Bengal!!
Shovan Mandal didn't know that saying 'Jai Sri Ram' among his friends would get him beaten badly by his headmaster. Not only this, was also warned him not to wear sacred thread and tilak.
Heights of arrogance!!!#jaiShreeRam pic.twitter.com/f90cAtVhoB
— Shobha Karandlaje (@ShobhaBJP) July 14, 2018
In a similar incident, opposition pointed several fingers even at Congress President Rahul Gandhi for his statement we he allegedly said that “Congress is a Muslim Party”.
Following Gandhi’s statement opposition took several jibes on him and accused the party of being anti-Hindu party.
Clarifying Rahul’s statement, Congress leader Shehzad Poonawalla on Monday said, “Rahul’s statement is being misunderstood. When he said that he is Muslim’s party, he meant Congress is the party of minorities”.
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