Uttar Pradesh: Minister Anand Swaroop Shukla's controversial statement, said - Ram-Krishna and Shiva, ancestors of Indian Muslims, should bow to Indian culture

Uttar Pradesh: Minister Anand Swaroop Shukla's controversial statement, said - Ram-Krishna and Shiva, ancestors of Indian Muslims, should bow to Indian culture

Uttar Pradesh Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Anand Swaroop Shukla said that Lord Ram, Krishna and Shiva are the ancestors of Indian Muslims and they should bow to the 'Indian land and culture'. . Shukla claimed that the Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) and Yogi (Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath) governments have raised the flag of Hindutva and Indian culture in the country by destroying the idea of ​​creating an Islamic State.

While presenting the report card of the achievements of the state government for four and a half years here on Thursday evening, Shukla said that the ancestors of the Muslims of India are Lord Ram, Krishna and Shankar. They do not need to see the land of Kaaba. These people should bow before the land and culture of India. Shukla said that after Syria and Afghanistan, some people from different countries wanted to make the world an Islamic state. Some people in India also had a similar thinking, but Modi and Yogi's government at the Center and in the state ruined this thinking by hoisting the flag of Hindutva and 'Indian culture' in the country.

Objections were also raised on the posters

Referring to the controversial posters put up in Sambhal recently, Shukla said that Samajwadi Party's support to Islamic terrorists and Sambhal MP Shafiqur Rehman Burke's statement openly in support of Taliban encourage such actions. Earlier this week, posters calling Sambhal the land of 'Ghazis' (Islamic warriors) had surfaced ahead of AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi's meeting. The BJP had strongly objected to the posters, after which they were removed by activists of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM).

ghazis were completely eliminated

Shukla said that Ghazis have been completely wiped out from the soil of Uttar Pradesh. Such powers will not be able to raise their heads in future. Yogi government is taking strict action against such powers. The Minister of State said that Asaduddin Owaisi's ancestors wanted to make Hyderabad a separate nation, he could not succeed, people with such mentality are still there, they are stupid people and their ancestors had become Muslims out of fear. He said that this kind of thinking cannot flourish in Modi and Yogi government.

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Priyanka Gandhi detained by Lucknow Police, was going to Agra to meet the victim's family

Priyanka Gandhi detained by Lucknow Police, was going to Agra to meet the victim's family

Lucknow. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was taken into custody by Lucknow Police. In fact, on October 19, the sanitation worker died in police custody in Agra. After which Priyanka Gandhi was going to Agra to meet the victim's family on Wednesday, when she was taken into custody by the Lucknow Police.

Is section 144 imposed everywhere? 

In a conversation with news agency ANI, Priyanka said that the situation of the police themselves has become such that they are not able to say anything. His officers also know that this is wrong and there is no law and order issue behind it. Everywhere it is said that there is section 144. Police Commissioner DK Thakur said that the District Magistrate of Agra had made a written request to the Lucknow Police that leaders of political parties coming to Agra from the capital should not be allowed to come there in view of law and order.

Significantly,  Arun, who worked as a sweeper, was taken into custody for the theft of Rs 25 lakh from the Malkhana of Jagdishpura police station in Agra. During this he was interrogated. The police officer had told that on  Tuesday night, Arun's house was being searched, during which the condition of the accused started deteriorating. He was immediately taken to the hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.

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