BJP MP say "Increasing population of Muslims responsible for crimes like rape and murder"

Jul 28 2018 03:35 PM
BJP MP say

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may have been advising the BJP leaders to use language wisely, but the leaders are denigrated. The latest case is linked to the BJP MP from Ambedkar Nagar Hari Om Pandey. He has blamed the 'rising population' of Muslims a reason for growing crimes in the country.

In the recent days, after the controversial remarks of all the BJP leaders, the controversial statement of Hari Om Pandey has now emerged. Hari Om Pandey told reporters, "The cases of vicious crimes like rape and murder are increasing due to the growing population of Muslims in India". He said that since independence, the percentage of Muslim population has increased rapidly and they asked for a bill in Parliament to "save India from becoming another Pakistan". 

In the past, BJP legislator T. Raja Lodh from Telangana gave a controversial statement. He said that those who beg for votes are organizing iftar party has remained in the limelight by giving a consistent controversial statement, the MLA said that he would neither make any such arrangement nor would he be involved in any such event.

MLA from Goshmahal assembly seat of Hyderabad has posted a video message in the social networking site. In the message, the legislator said that one of his friends suggested to organize him iftar party as other leaders did in the month of Ramzan. He said, "In these days many MLAs of Telangana are busy in organizing the Iftar party by putting a cap on their head and wearing safas. They think that if they have to do politics of vote bank then they will have to think about the development of everyone irrespective of community.

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