Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also jumps into 'communal politics' debate after Harbhajan Singh's tweet

16 Jul 2018 11:14 AM

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also jumps into 'communal politics' debate after Harbhajan Singh's tweet

Updated 16 Jul 2018 11:14 AM

Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh raised a question on 'country's communal conflicts' and expressed his views on 'India not being able to make it to the World Cup'. Taking a cue from the FIFA World Cup 2018 final clash between Croatia and France, the cricketer took to Twitter and highlighted that the issue of 'conflicts between members of Hindu and Muslim communities in the country'. He posed the question that despite having a population of 135 crores India is not competing at the World Cup while Croatia, a country with a mere 50 lakh population stand on the cusp of glory.

Using a hashtag ‘soch badlo desh badlega (change your thinking, the country will change)’, he tried to drive across the point. Singh's tweet came ahead of the FIFA final in which he wrote that Croatia, a country of roughly fifty lakh will play the FIFA World Cup final and we a country of 135 crore are playing Hindu and Muslim among us. He encouraged his fans and masses to 'change the thinking' following which 'the country will also change'.

PLAYLIST

Coronavirus: What people should learn from Raj's Bhilwara?

The Maulana who focuses on religion more than deadly outbreak of COVID-19 | Ghanti Bajao (07.04.2020)

Debate: Why are Tablighi Jamaatis resorting to misbehaviour?

The Maulana who threatened leaves LIVE debate in between after cornered by true facts | Sansani (07.04.2020)

India to supply Anti-Malaria drug to US after Trump's request

J&K: On-sight jawan explains the timeline of Keran encounter

LIVE ground report from Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur over COVID-19

82-year-old defeats Coronavirus in Delhi

Over 50 Jamaatis still missing in Maharashtra: HM Anil Deshmukh

People at Daryaganj vegetable market neglect social distancing

Be hopeful with Malini Awasthi amid COVID-19 outbreak | Namaste Bharat (07.04.2020)

People avoid buying milk from Gwaalas out of fear of infection

People avoid buying milk from Gwaalas out of fear of infection

MP: Woman gives birth to healthy baby, names him lockdown

Amroha residents welcome police officials with rose petals