School bus attacked over Padmaavat: 'We should hang our heads in shame', says Kejriwal
Reacting strongly to the protests against Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat turning violent, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in his Republic Day speech at Chhatrasal Stadium in Delhi said that we should all hang our heads in shame & drown ourselves over the Gurugram school bus attack.
''When they attacked Muslims, all were silent. When they attacked Dalits, even then all were silent. Now, they are coming after our children. Can we still afford to be silent?,'' Delhi CM said.
Kejriwal further said,''Harassment of traders through sealing drives should be stopped. There are problems in the law and I appeal central government to change the master plan or bring an ordinance, if needed, to stop sealing, we will extend full support.''
Students of a private school had a narrow escape when miscreants attacked two buses in Gurugram on Wednesday, allegedly protesting the release of Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh-starrer Padmaavat. At around 2 pm, a GD Goenka School bus was pelted with stones on Sohna Road.
The bus was headed towards Gurugram city when the incident took place. Apart from the teacher and students, a caretaker was also present on the bus.