Patna: The loudspeaker controversy is heating up across the country, meanwhile, now RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav has made a big statement on it. He asked that when there was no loudspeaker, were there no Gods and God? "I ask those who make the issue of loudspeakers that the loudspeaker was discovered in 1925 and its use in temples/mosques in India started around the 70s. When there was no loudspeaker, were there no Gods and God? Wouldn't there have been prayers, awakenings, hymns, devotion and sadhana without loudspeakers? ''
Tejashwi said that in fact, those who do not understand the essence of religion and karma, give a religious colour to the issues without reason. A self-conscious person will never give up on these issues. God is always with us. They are present in moment-to-moment and particle-particle. No religion and god are in the throes of a loudspeaker anywhere.
He said that loudspeakers and bulldozers are being discussed, but there is no talk of inflation- unemployment- farmers and labourers. Leaving aside the real issues of public interest, people are being confused. Those who are not getting education, medicine, jobs, jobs, and people's lives are being ruined, why is there no dialogue on this? Earlier on Saturday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar made a statement about loudspeakers. Terming it as an issue of nonsense, Nitish Kumar said all these things have no meaning in Bihar. Without naming anyone, Nitish Kumar said that whoever has to do whatever it has to do, there is no point in removing loudspeakers from religious places. It's all nonsense and we don't agree with it.