Bengaluru: MP Tejasvi Surya censures BK Hariprasad’s remarks on ‘impending Godhra riots-like incident in state’

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04-01-2024

    Tejasvi Surya highlighted ten years of exile for Congress government

    He pointed out that Hariprasad seems unbound by responsible statements

    Surya called for an investigation on BK Hariprasad’s statements by NIA

The recent incident involving the Chief Minister’s denial of entry into the temple’s inner sanctum has prompted a response from Bangalore South MP Tejasvi Surya.

According to Surya, the Congress party has a history of disrespecting Hindus and their faith, citing instances such as the iftar party organized by those who refrained from entering the temple.

Drawing a parallel, Tejasvi Surya highlighted the 14 years of exile for Lord Ram and drew attention to what he claims are ten years of exile for the Congress government, with the insinuation that further decades of exile may be pending.

In relation to BK Hariprasad’s remarks on the Godhra riots that such an incident is in the making in Karnataka, Tejasvi Surya pointed out that Hariprasad seems unbound by responsible statements. He asserts that this is not the first time such statements have been made and recalled Hariprasad’s previous request for proof during the Balakot attack.

Tejasvi Surya noted that despite the people of Bangalore South expressing their discontent against BK Hariprasad through votes, there appears to be a persistent lack of realisation on his part on losing in elections.

He called for an investigation on BK Hariprasad’s communal statements by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

He specifically demanded a probe into BK Hariprasad’s actions, suggesting a need for scrutiny based on his earlier statements.

Bengaluru: MP Tejasvi Surya censures BK Hariprasad’s remarks on ‘impending Godhra riots-like incident in state’

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    Tejasvi Surya highlighted ten years of exile for Congress government

    He pointed out that Hariprasad seems unbound by responsible statements

    Surya called for an investigation on BK Hariprasad’s statements by NIA

The recent incident involving the Chief Minister’s denial of entry into the temple’s inner sanctum has prompted a response from Bangalore South MP Tejasvi Surya.

According to Surya, the Congress party has a history of disrespecting Hindus and their faith, citing instances such as the iftar party organized by those who refrained from entering the temple.

Drawing a parallel, Tejasvi Surya highlighted the 14 years of exile for Lord Ram and drew attention to what he claims are ten years of exile for the Congress government, with the insinuation that further decades of exile may be pending.

In relation to BK Hariprasad’s remarks on the Godhra riots that such an incident is in the making in Karnataka, Tejasvi Surya pointed out that Hariprasad seems unbound by responsible statements. He asserts that this is not the first time such statements have been made and recalled Hariprasad’s previous request for proof during the Balakot attack.

Tejasvi Surya noted that despite the people of Bangalore South expressing their discontent against BK Hariprasad through votes, there appears to be a persistent lack of realisation on his part on losing in elections.

He called for an investigation on BK Hariprasad’s communal statements by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

He specifically demanded a probe into BK Hariprasad’s actions, suggesting a need for scrutiny based on his earlier statements.

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