New Delhi: BJP Union Minister Anurag Thakur, who made headlines for his “goli maaro” motto was greatly trolled by opps. members in Rajya Sabha today.
Since the minister got up to put some newspapers before the home, he was greeted with cries of “goli maaro minister”. Some opposition leaders demanded that bullets are shot by him.
The uproar was such that Speaker Om Birla needed to suspend the home.
Ultimately up to the Delhi assembly elections, Anurag Thakur was spotted egging on his fans to chant the hatred slogan “goli maaro s****n ko” in an election effort.
The motto roughly equates to”take the traitors to the nation” –“traitors” being the term used by a segment of party supporters to clarify those discriminated from the Citizenship Amendment Act.
It set the tone for an effort, given an edge by hate speeches that were regular.
The opposition alleges that the hatred had contributed to a week’s violence in and over 200 people were hurt.
In both houses of parliament, the opposition need had caused a massive uproar over the two days. The Speaker has insisted that the timing isn’t appropriate for this. Now he also set a date for this March 11, the day following Holi.
However, the resistance, which means that the violence wasn’t an issue has not been pleased by the delay and ought to be taken up.
“We prefer dialogue, but can it help alleviate the anxieties or worsen? Talks on these sensitive issues frequently worsen tensions, it’s true… We prefer discussion, but nationwide interest is over political attraction,” Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.