As the date of the Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 approaches, the words of the leaders are also continuously spreading fire. Meanwhile the Election Commission has sought a report from the Returning Officer on the Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur speech at Delhi’s Rithala Assembly on Monday (27 January) seeking votes for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate.
In fact, Anurag Thakur in his speech on Monday had raised slogans, ‘Shoot the traitors of the country. # $ # @ Ko …’ After this statement, BJP leaders have come under target of opponents.
Now Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Pravesh Verma has given a controversial statement. He has compared Shaheen Bagh with Kashmir.
Pravesh Verma said that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejrawal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia say that we are with Shaheen Bagh. But the people of Delhi know that the fire that was set in Kashmir a few years ago was witnessed raped with the sisters and daughters of Kashmiri Pandits. The fire continued in Uttar Pradesh, Kerala and Hyderabad. Today that fire is in one corner of Delhi.
The BJP leader of West Bengal Rahul Sinha has called the endorsers of Shaheen Bagh as intruders. Regarding the people gathered against the CAA at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi, Rahul Sinha said that they are people from Bangladesh or Pakistan. The West Bengal Legislative Assembly on Monday passed a resolution demanding the abolition of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Rahul Sinha also condemned it.
It is clear from such statements coming continuously from the BJP leaders that the BJP has been troubled by the movement of Shaheen Bagh. The government and the party are constantly trying to describe it as separatist, but like Shaheen Bagh, such movements have started in many parts of the country.
Meanwhile, in the report of the government agency ED, it has been said that funding has been done from Islamic countries for the movement started against the CAA. According to the ED, about 120 crore rupees have been given so far from different accounts. This money has been distributed through Kerala-based organization PFI.