1. BJP won’t let people hurt religious sentiments: Sangeet Som

BJP won’t let people hurt religious sentiments: Sangeet Som

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmaker Sangeet Som on Sunday dubbed the Dadri lynching incident as extremely unfortunate and said that some people were trying to create tensions in Uttar Pradesh.

By: | Published: October 4, 2015 5:26 PM

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmaker Sangeet Som on Sunday dubbed the Dadri lynching incident as extremely unfortunate and said that some people were trying to create tensions in Uttar Pradesh.

“This is unfortunate that the religious sentiments are being hurt very frequently in Uttar Pradesh. And the BJP won’t let that happen, nobody’s religious sentiments should be hurt, those who cause this kind of tension should know that the people will not remain quiet,” Som told reporters after visiting Bishada village here.

“The incident is unfortunate but the atmosphere in the village is more unfortunate as there has been one sided investigation,” he added.

The BJP lawmaker, who was accused in the Muzaffarnagar riots, also used the occasion to target the Samajwadi Party (SP) Government in Uttar Pradesh.

“The same thing happened in Bishada. There was a cow slaughter which resulted into a mob thrashing a man who died. It is unfortunate, but the police must act against those who are responsible for it. One sided action against the village is not acceptable,” he added.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today assured his support to the family members of Mohammad Akhlaq, and said that communal harmony is an integral part of nation’s culture.

He also lashed out at the opposition parties for politicising the matter and said that Samajwadi Party would never do politics on matters such as these.

  1. nitin kumar
    Oct 4, 2015 at 6:25 pm
    Bjp is only party who fights for HIndus.
    Reply
    1. Qaiser Qaiser
      Oct 4, 2015 at 6:16 pm
      Is BJP is thinking Hindus are fool and voted for this type of petty politics which is every days affair, this is wrong they voted for anti congress wave
      Reply
      1. M
        mohan
        Oct 5, 2015 at 9:52 am
        The British was astonished by our Gurukul Education & traditional Farming. Both Clive and Macalauy believed that unless the spiritual and cultural heritage of the nation is broken, they can't conquer. Robert Clive found that in 1740, in the Arcot district of Tamal Nadu, 54 Qunintals of rice was harvested from one acre of land using manure and pesticides made from cow and cow dung. This inspired him to open the first ever slaughter house in India in 1760, with a capacity to kill thousands of cows every week. The British established an educational system which decried anything connected with Indian tradition. The end result is this (1) suicides by Indian farmers ever year (2) adultrated food grains, A1 milk, GM foods, diseases and malnourished children (3) The native cow potion has become extinct due to extensive cross breeding with European breeds. (4) India has now become one of the worlds largest beef exporter, the reason is the west is scared of the MAD COW disease. Now with an eye on Bihar polls, a big section of Media is behaving like MAD COWS
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