khaskhabar.com : Thursday, June 10, 2021 3:06 PM
Patna . The internal rhetoric in the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar is not taking its name to stop. After the blast in the Madrasa of Banka, the tussle between the two NDA constituents Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Hindustani Awam Morcha (HUM) has come to the fore.
Meanwhile, Hindustani Awam Morcha (HUM) chief Jitan Ram Manjhi gave a gesture to the BJP on Thursday, while the BJP has also shown a mirror by retaliate.
HAM chief and former Chief Minister Manjhi tweeted from his official Twitter handle, without naming the BJP, “When poor Dalits move forward, Naxalites, poor Muslims when they study in madrasas, terrorists. Brother, get out of such mentality. Not good for the unity and integrity of the nation. We demand a high level inquiry into the Banka bomb blast incident.”
It is being said that Manjhi may have written the name of BJP in the tweet, but he is pointing towards the BJP. Here, BJP also did not delay in retaliate and looking in the mirror to Manjhi said that terrorism has no religion.
BJP state vice-president Rajeev Ranjan said, “We knew till now that terror has no religion and Naxalite has no caste. A terrorist is a terrorist and a Naxalite is a Naxalite. But some ‘experts’ have discovered all their caste and religion. They are also advising to turn a blind eye to the crimes of these unfortunates to save the integrity of the country.
Without naming anyone, he said in gestures, “Have the courage to say right to right and wrong to wrong. People have also seen Kashmir and now they are also watching the spectacle from Bengal to Nurpur. Terrorist or Naxalites can tell anyone. There are no relatives, it does not spare even those who follow ‘Bhasmasur’. Those who do not understand the essence of India can see the example of Pakistan.
It is noteworthy that after the bomb blast in a madrassa in Banka, the politics of the state is hot. Manjhi’s party HAM spokesperson Danish Rizwan had even on Wednesday accused BJP leaders of destabilizing the government.
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