Beef party is an attempt to incite particular community: BJP
Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata Party and the vocal right-wing Hindu activists have reacted strongly to another beef controversy in Agra in which some Afghani students of Central Hindi Institute were allegedly seen with beef.
The Uttar Pradesh unit of BJP said in the way pictures were circulated, it looked like a deliberate attempt to incite Hindus and create a communal wedge.
“The evil designs of certain unscrupulous elements should be looked into and strict action should be taken against those who are found guilty,” UP BJP spokesperson Vijay Bahadur Pathak told newztrack.com. on Saturday.
Will talk to Katheria on this issue: Sakshi Maharaj
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and another fire-brand Hindu leader Sakshi Maharaj also deplored the act and said he would speak to Union Minister Ram Shanker Katheria, the MP from Agra, to ensure timely action. It may be known that the Institute belonged to Government of India which comes under HRD ministry.
Sadhvi cries international conspiracy:
“There is an international conspiracy behind all such activities against the Hindu community and is an attempt to humiliate them,” said Sadhvi in a telephonic conversation.
She expressed dismay over the fact that such incidents did occur because of the silence of Hindu leaders.
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