Locking on to BJP MP Udit Raj’s feedback of “supposed defenders” of Hinduism, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday asked him and other Dalit MPs to leave from the gathering in the challenge against the “countrywide ambush” on the group. “Udit Ji and all Dalit MPs of BJP should leave in the challenge against a countrywide attack on Dalits by BJP goons,” the AAP pioneer tweeted.
“Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said that all Dalit Bharatiya Janata Party MPs ought to leave to dissent the ambush on the group by “BJP goons.”
Recently, the Dalit pioneer had said the Hindu religion is in “threat” not in light of transformation but rather as a result of its “purported defenders.” There is no religion on the planet where individuals assault their “own kind (from same religion) for the sake of the same religion,” he had said, asking “… Why just Dalits approach at whatever point barbarities happen against them?”
There were reports as of late that taking after the refusal of authorization to the Dalits by upper standing Hindus to lead ceremonies at the old Badrakaliyamman sanctuary at Nagapattinam, amid the Tamil month of Adi, some Dalits had wanted to grasp Islam. The Nagapattinam area organisation had later denied the report.