Owaisi reminds PM Modi over seat reserved for Lord Shiva in Mahakal Express
Owaisi reminds PM Modi over seat reserved for Lord Shiva in Mahakal Express

HYDERABAD: The politics started on Varanasi to Indore by reserving a seat in the Kashi Mahakal Express, which was started on Sunday, for Lord Mahadev, the God of Gods and giving it the shape of a temple. All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi has attacked PM Narendra Modi, who flagged off the Mahakal Express. Owaisi reminded PM Modi of the preamble of the Indian Constitution by tweeting.

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Through this tweet, Owaisi has expressed objection to the conversion of a train seat into a Shiva temple in gestures. The AIMIM chief has attempted to convey to PM Narendra Modi that the Constitution declares that India is a socialist, secular, democratic and republican nation. This move of Indian Railways is against the preamble called 'Spirit of the Constitution'.

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One seat of Kashi Mahakal Express, which started between Varanasi to Indore, has been given the shape of a Shiva temple. The idol of Shiva is also installed in the temple. This train was inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi during his visit to Varanasi on Sunday. The seat number 64 of the train coach B5 has been made the temple of Lord Mahadev. The train will be operational from February 20.

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