Rajasthan: Gehlot minister made controversial statement on Brahmins

Jaipur: The matter has gained momentum since the Gehlot government's urban development minister Shanti Dhariwal made controversial remarks on Brahmins in Rajasthan. In fact, Dhariwal in his statement has made casteist remarks comparing the result of the Coaching Institute of Kota on the basis of caste. Now, after his same statement, Dhaliwal's protest has started. Last Saturday, Vipra Sena workers staged a protest at Dhariwal's Jaipur residence. The protesters have reportedly demanded an apology from Dhariwal.

In fact, Urban Development Minister Shanti Dhariwal was speaking at a function held at Adinath Jain Shikshan Sansthan in Alwar last Friday. In his address, he said, "I tell the Brahmins, you have taken the contract of man intellect. I have coaching institutes in Kota famous all over the country. How do 70 out of 100 vests come in their results? How do you guys lag behind? They don't have the answer. You should pick it up and see it at any time. When the result of Kota institute comes, you will get Jindal, Jain, or Agarwal. You will get names like this. The results of their institute are better. Mahajan's are the operator of 70 percent of the institutes here.''

Now that Shanti Dhariwal made this comment on the Brahmin community, a controversy has started over it. Vipra Sena workers staged a fierce protest at Dhariwal's residence in the capital Jaipur on Saturday. Meanwhile, Vipra Sena workers raised slogans and asked Dhariwal to apologize. Not only that, the workers have pasted a memorandum at the gate itself when Dhariwal was not observed. Now, Vipra Sena workers say they will continue their protest against Dhariwal till he apologizes. On the other hand, Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Singh Rathore has also asked Shanti Dhariwal to apologize.

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