Maharashtra Politics: Maharashtra BJP MLA Nitish Rane has said that Maharashtra will be governed by Dr BR Ambedkar’s constitution and not by Sharia laws. “Today we have a government committed to Hindutva,” he said.
BJP MLA Nitesh Rane said in Mumbai on Saturday that Maharashtra will be governed by Dr B R Ambedkar’s constitution and not by Sharia laws. Addressing the media at the BJP headquarters in Mumbai, Rane referred to the August 4 attack on a youth named Prateek Pawar at Karjat in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district and alleged that former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, who had made a TV debate He was mercilessly attacked by 10-12 people for his social media posts supporting the controversial statement he had made against the Prophet.
Rane gave this warning
Expressing solidarity with Pawar who is fighting for his life, Rane demanded that the National Investigation Agency (NIA), which is probing the murder of chemist Umesh Kolhe in Amravati, should also probe the Ahmednagar incident. . He said, ‘As far as Nupur Sharma’s issue is concerned, this matter is closed. It was condemned. But for how long will it be used to target Hindus?
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Rane asked that “In the past, Hindu gods and goddesses were ridiculed, derogatory posts against Hinduism were circulated on social media. Still, no one ever attacked anyone. Hindus have shown restraint. Rane also warned that if the attacks on Hindus continue, people will have to rise up and respond.”
Government committed to Hindutva today: Rane
The BJP MLA hit out at the previous Uddhav-Thackeray-led state government, saying attacks on Hindus went unopposed during its rule. “Today we have a government committed to Hindutva,” he said. Meanwhile, in Aurangabad, Union Minister Raosaheb Danve strongly objected to the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) protest against renaming Aurangabad as Sambhajinagar.
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Danve asked that “Why is AIMIM’s Imtiaz Jalil (MP) fighting to name the city Aurangabad, which was named after the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb?” He said that no child in the city has been named Aurangzeb. The Union Minister said that “I want to ask Jalil, would you like to name your child after Aurangzeb? If not, why are you insisting on Aurangabad?
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