Munger firing: Shiv Sena asked why the Hindutvaists are silent now - Newztezz Online


Friday, October 30, 2020

Munger firing: Shiv Sena asked why the Hindutvaists are silent now

 Opposition is constantly besieging the government over the firing in Munger in the midst of the Bihar Bidhan Sabha elections. Now, while targeting the BJP, the Shiv Sena has asked why the Hindutva Hindus are silent now. Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha MP and National Spokesperson Sanjay Raut said that if such an incident had happened in another state, the BJP would have started demanding President's rule by now.

Had the firing incident happened in states like West Bengal and Maharashtra, the bells would have been printed and the hollow Hindutva would have started orgy by now. The firing in Durga Puja would have been a ruckus by calling it an attack on Hindutva. Looking at what is happening in the states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, what is the rule of law left there?

Such a question can be asked, but due to this state being BJP-ruled, everything is fine there. The mess is only in Maharashtra, Punjab, West Bengal and Rajasthan. The Shiv Sena said that in Bihar, the BJP has put 'secular' spectacles on the eyes, so that they do not see Durga Mata, who was angry at Munger.

In Maharashtra, the temple is being opened as 'Ghantanad'. Threats to enter the temple by breaking locks are being threatened. These people have nothing to do with Munger's violence and insult to Hindutva. Shiv Sena said that the police opened fire during Durga immersion in Munger district. The idol was forcibly immersed.

One person was killed and 15 people were injured in the shootout. This act of the policemen was also going to embarrass General Dyer, this type of outrage is beginning. During the immersion trip, the furore took place and the policemen opened fire directly. Significantly, there was a ruckus on Thursday in Munger, Bihar regarding the firing.

Angry people set fire to the East Sarai police station. Furious mob burnt several police vehicles. Stones were also pelted at the office and residence of SDO and DSP. In view of the situation in the district, the Election Commission removed District Collector Rajesh Meena and SP Lipi Singh.

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