BJP questions Oppn's silence over Ayub Pandith, Kerala killings
While Congress was attacking BJP over its doublespeak on mob lynching during the ongoing Monsoon session in Parliament, BJP leader Hukumdev Narayan Singh slammed the Congress and asked a counter question whether mob lynching of DSP Ayub Pandith in Jammu and Kashmir not an incident worth mentioning.
Questioning the Opposition as to why the lynching of DSP Ayub Pandith was not worth mentioning, Hukumdev said, Unity in diversity is the motto of our nation. All religions should co-exist together and refrain from linking lynching incidents to religion.
"The Junaid incident was a fight over a train seat, why are you linking it with religion? What about Kerala?, he asserted.
The Junaid incident was a fight over a train seat, why are you linking it with religion? What about Kerala?: Hukumdev Narayan Yadav,BJP— ANI (@ANI_news) July 31, 2017
While comparing the national song to mob lynching, Hukumdev raised Vande Mataram issue and said, "Why is it wrong to say Vande Mataram these days? Is this not mob lynching?."
Attacking Congress further, he said, "You have done dharmik atyachar, samajik atyachar, mansik atyachar, arthik atyachar and ruined the country."