Off the record: Rift in BJP over anti-Muslim stance?


National Desk: It is fine that the BJP is strongly in favor of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the party leadership is also strict in this matter but when the party’s Muslim leaders come, they are quite They appear to be untouched. Of course, the Minister of Minority Affairs, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, is the C.A.A. Are defending Shahnawaz Hussain, who lost the Lok Sabha elections in 2014 and was denied ticket in 2019, is also a CAA. Speaking in support of.

Some of the party’s Muslim leaders are unable to understand what to do because C.A.A. Has put his own existence on the claim. The most shocking language is being spoken by the party’s West Bengal president Dilip Ghosh. In this way, the BJP’s crackdown on the party’s anti-stance against the minority community and the intelligentsia of Bengal in the West Bengal unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party has started. Liberal leaders in the West Bengal unit believe that Dilip Ghosh spewing venom against Muslims and the intelligentsia will adversely affect the BJP’s prospects in the 2021 assembly elections in the state.

However, the central leadership of the BJP cautioned him over Ghosh’s statement in which Ghosh said that U.P. And those who harm public property in Karnataka were ‘killed like dogs’. Despite this, Ghosh has not been affected and he is saying, “I have not received any instructions to not say what I have said.”

His argument is that Mamta Banerjee understands such language and her The ‘hit like dogs’ comment will create fear among 5 million Muslim intruders who need to be identified and evicted from the country. The hardliners believe that the BJP got 40 percent vote share in the 2019 general elections due to the tough stance on Hindutva, so there is a need to maintain this stance but Muslims in the BJP are feeling uneasy and if no action is taken then they will Can slip by hand.


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