New Delhi: BJP domestic president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Mon. blamed 1st PM of India(In) Jawaharlal Nehru for refusing investigation into the demise of Bharatiya January Sangh creator Syama Prasad Mookerjee who passed away under mysterious conditions in Srinagar jail in Jun 1953.
Nadda stated that in spite of appeals, Nehru didn’t start an investigation into Mookerjee’s demise.
Solving a virtual protest on the 119th birth anniversary of Mookerjee, Nadda rued, “He has been held in a jail in Srinagar following that his own health deteriorated & he passed away under doubtful conditions. His own mom appealed Nehru for an investigation into the demise of her son, however Nehru didn’t permit it to happen.”
He added further, “It shows Congress’ undemocratic face. No 1 knows just how he passed away. We continued to fight on his own ideals & follow the path he’s shown us.” Mookerjee has been an academician, politician & creator of Bharatiya Jana Sangh, the predecessor of Bharatiya Janata Party.
Noting that Mukherjee’s ideals have been a unique blend of “local aspirations & domestic unity”, the BJP domestic chief stated that he’d sowed the seed of abolition of Article 370 in J&K using his own slogan, “Ek desh mein accomplish vidhan, accomplish nishaan, accomplish pradhaan nahi chalega, nahi chalega.”
“He did a press conference in 1953 & stated – ‘In case in a 35-crore nation, four cr Muslims could live happily, why could’t 25 lakh Muslims of J&K live happily? I’d revolt over this ‘Allow Raj’ & I’d hoist the Indian flag there’,” stated Nadda.
Previously on Mon., PM Narendra Modi & multiple BJP chiefs made payment tribute to Mookerjee on his own birth anniversary.
PM Modi tweeted, “I bow to Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his own Jayanti. A devout patriot, he made exemplary contributions towards India(In)’s development (devt). He made courageous measures to furthermore India(In)’s unity. His own thoughts & ideals give strength to millions around the country.”
Nadda furthermore slammed the Mamata Banerjee-led WB govt & stated that education within the state took a nosedive. “Syama Prasad Mookerjee commanded the state of WB to new heights. It has been stated – ‘What Bengal imagines today, India(In) imagines tomorrow’.”
Nadda added further, “However today, the politicization was to quite low levels. This is troublesome for Bengal. We should be committed to take (2) education in Bengal to the level it has been in the last. Pride of Bengal has to be restored.”