Indore: The controversy over the poster of Mother Kali, the goddess of Hindus, is growing rapidly. The controversy is not taking the name of ending. An FIR has been lodged in Madhya Pradesh against Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra for making a statement in this regard. At the same time, BJP's national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya has now made a big statement on this. In fact, recently Kailash Vijayvargiya had come to Indore to exercise his franchise. On reaching here, he interacted with the media and launched a scathing attack on TMC MP Mahua Moitra. He said, "The government will take strict action on this. Some people abuse the freedom of expression and hurt people's sentiments.''
At the same time, describing the words of Mahua Moitra about the film 'Kaali' as shameful, Kailash Vijayvargiya said, "It has hurt the faith, the spirit of ours. Hindus are tolerant, so they tolerate and forgive. It is a tradition for us to forgive, but it is an unforgivable crime. Which can't be forgiven. If a mistake is made by mistake, it can also be forgiven, but intentionally making a mistake comes under the category of crime. During this time, he was questioned that it is called blasphemy in other religions.'' To this, the BJP leader said, 'This is a crime of the same category. Hindus are tolerant. We don't have a fundamentalist approach here. If slogans are raised against other religions, they will cut their necks... What if it comes to Hinduism?'
Let us also tell you all that during an event a few days ago, Mahua Moitra supported the poster of the film 'Kali' and said, "There are many forms of Kali. I have no problem with this poster. In many places, the gods are offered wine. If you go to Bhutan and Sikkim, then alcohol is offered to God in the morning puja, but if you give the same thing to someone in Uttar Pradesh in prasad, then their feelings can be hurt.'' In my eyes, Goddess Kali is as a meat-eating and alcoholic goddess. In fact, there is a whole controversy over the appearance of Mata Kali shown on the poster of filmmaker Leena Manimekalai's documentary film. Not only this, but Leena also showed Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati smoking cigarettes, which has created a lot of controversies.