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Kerala: BJP MLAs demonstrate in the legislature, calling for a probe into the purported “Pro-Pak slogan” event

On Thursday morning, BJP MLAs protested at Vidhana Soudha, demanding action be taken over the event, amid the current controversy surrounding purported “Pakistan Zindabad” shouts shouted outside the Karnataka Assembly.

The state administration was criticized by the BJP lawmakers for failing to take into custody those who were purportedly heard yelling pro-Pakistani chants outside of an assembly.
The BJP MLAs in the assembly chanted slogans such as “down down government, down down congress government which is deciding nation, spineless government is not capable to take action, we want justice, arrest the culprit, down down government.”

“It has been a day, and the administration has not taken any action. “What can we anticipate from them?” Opposition Leader R Ashok asked the assembly.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah responded to the demonstration by stating that the voice report had been given to FSL by the government and that action would be done upon receipt of the report.
“The administration is dedicated, as I’ve previously told you; once the report is out, nobody will be spared. It has been provided for FSL. As soon as the report is received, we will act,” the Chief Minister said.

He went on to attack the national government, headed by the Bharatiya Janata Party, for failing to prosecute party MP Ananth Kumar Hegde for his purported remarks about amending the Constitution.
“Not the BJP and RSS; did they ever struggle for freedom? We are the ones who battled for independence. Siddaramaiah said, “Did Golwalkar participate and they’re teaching us patriotism who doesn’t respect democracy and constitution.”

“These are the people who said we came to power to change the constitution. No action was taken against Ananth Kumar Hegde at the time by the PM or BJP,” he said, citing a BJP MP as evidence.
Later, in a show of outrage, BJP MLAs rushed the assembly well and chanted slogans.
Syed Naseer Hussain, the party’s newly elected MP, refuted the BJP’s claim on Wednesday that his supporters yelled pro-Pakistani chants at Vidhana Soudha.

“I can see the BJP’s displeasure. Despite the BJP-JDS joining forces and using every stratagem possible to get an additional Rajya Sabha seat from Karnataka, they have suffered a severe defeat, Hussain told ANI.
“‘Naseer Sahab Zindabad, Naseer Khan Zindabad, Naseer Khan Zindabad’ was being chanted by the supporters,” he said.

He said that he could not hear anybody in the Vidhana Soudha yelling the phrase “Pakistan Zindabad.”
If I had known it, I would have booked him into prison. My family is a family of freedom fighters. Hussain said, “I speak for a party that has struggled for our nation’s liberation.
In the meanwhile, the BJP Legislators will stage a “Raj Bhavan Chalo” march from Vidhana Soudha to protest the state government on a number of topics, including the budget.

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