Owaisi MLA refuses to speak 'Hindustan' in oath-taking ceremony in Bihar
Owaisi MLA refuses to speak 'Hindustan' in oath-taking ceremony in Bihar

Patna: The session of the 17th Bihar Legislative Assembly began today after the formation of a new government under the leadership of Nitish Kumar under the NDA in Bihar. On the first day of this five-day-long session where legislators showed different styles before entering the house, some stood on the stairs and some appeared in traditional dress in their constituencies.

A strange situation arose in the House after Asaduddin Owaisi's party AIMIM MLA did not speak Hindustan. While Protem Speaker Jeetan Ram Manjhi raised objections on one side, BJP MLAs created a ruckus in the House. Let us tell you that Owaisi's party MLA Akhtarul Iman had an objection on speaking Hindustan while swearing. During the swearing-in of the Bihar Legislative Assembly, the controversy over India and Hindustan caught on high, now MLA Pramod Kumar from Motihari of BJP said that those who would object to being called Hindustan, go to Pakistan. Such people should remain in Pakistan.

BJP MLA Neeraj Kumar Bablu said that those who have problems in speaking Hindustan should go to Pakistan. Such people have no right to live in India. Such people should leave the house and country and go to Pakistan. Such people are the people who break the country. JDU leader Madan Sahni, while objecting to this attitude of MLA, said that the MLA should have no problem in speaking Hindustan, but he was adamant on speaking India, whereas in his speech, Hindustan was written in place of India.

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