Uttar Pradesh now has tumhare baap ki sarkar: Raja Singh

Two video clips of the legislator addressing a Hanuman Jayanti event in Bhopal’s Bairagarh on Thursday went viral on social media.

Published: 15th April 2017 02:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th April 2017 06:27 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BHOPAL: While the saffron party is gearing up for it’s national executive meeting to start in Odisha on Saturday, party’s Controversial MLA from Hyderabad, T Raja Singh, is all over the social media, and once again, for wrong reasons. 

Two video clips of the legislator addressing a Hanuman Jayanti event in Bhopal’s Bairagarh on Thursday went viral on social media on Friday.

The two clips, also present with Express, show the MLA use abusive language against those ‘inimical’ to the Hindus. 

While addressing the gathering, which included BJP MLA from Hujur Rameshwar Sharma, he sings a song on how those not ready to recite Vande Mataram will be dealt. 

“I’ve a discount and two full day package for those not ready to recite Vande Mataram. They will be sent through the Punjab border for staying in Pakistan for two days and then they’ll realise that it’s better to recite Vande Mataram to stay in India, rather than going to Pakistan, where they will be addressed as Hindustani Mujahir, will be kicked and not even allowed water,” said Singh. He further added, “Those who don’t recite Vande Mataram will see in the coming days that we’ll not have to put sword on them, but they will bow before us and recite it on their own.”

Claiming that by 2018 a grand Ram Temple will be built in Ayodhya, he said that UP now has ‘tumhare baap ki sarkar (your father’s government). 

Hailing the Supreme Court decision of Ayodhya issuehe said, “If you (Muslims) cooperate with us we’ll build for you a mosque in some corner across Saryu River. But if you don’t cooperate then we’ll definitely make a law and build Ram Temple in 2018,” he said.

When contacted, Bairagarh police station in-charge Sudhir Arjaria confirmed that the programme marking Hanuman Jayanti was held by Maruti Nandan Samiti on Thursday. “It was addressed by BJP MLA from Hyderabad T Raja Singh, but I haven’t received any complaint of him having delivered a hate speech or using abusive language against any community. If we receive a complaint, we’ll probe the matter and act accordingly,” said Arjaria.


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