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" Shaheen Bagh Is Suicide Bombers' Breeding Ground" Says Giriraj Singh
Today adding a hate speech in the capital city Union Minister Giriraj Singh said that Shaheen Bagh has become a breeding ground for suicide bombers plotting against the country from the capital city.
" Shaheen Bagh Is Suicide Bombers' Breeding Ground," Says Giriraj Singh
New Delhi: Today adding a hate speech in the capital city Union Minister Giriraj Singh said that Shaheen Bagh has become a breeding ground for suicide bombers plotting against the country from the capital city.
Shaheen Bagh is not a movement anymore. Suicide bombers are being raised here. A conspiracy is being planned against the country in the country's capital," Giriraj Singh tweeted in Hindi on Shaheen Bagh, the heart of protests against the citizenship law CAA.
यह शाहीन बाग़ अब सिर्फ आंदोलन नही रह गया है ..यहाँ सूइसाइड बॉम्बर का जत्था बनाया जा रहा है।— Shandilya Giriraj Singh (@girirajsinghbjp) February 6, 2020
देश की राजधानी में देश के खिलाफ साजिश हो रही है। pic.twitter.com/NoD98Zfwpx
Union Minister for Animal Husbandry and Fisheries, Giriraj Singh is ill-famed for his provocative speeches, for which he has mostly gone unpunished.
A multitude of BJP leaders, including Home Minister Amit Shah, have targeted the Shaheen Bagh protest in a deeply polarizing campaign for the Saturday Delhi election.
The BJP has accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of providing active support to the Shaheen Bagh protesters.
The ruling party's campaign pitch has circled around Shaheen Bagh and the narrative that the protesters are "anti-national" and have blocked a key road, inconveniencing thousands of commuters.
Last week, Amit Shah had said at a Delhi rally that people should press the button on the Electronic Voting Machine with "such anger that the protesters in Shaheen Bagh feel the current".
Since December 18, hundreds of men, women, and children have sat on protest on the road at Shaheen Bagh in south Delhi, against the religion-based Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA, which enables non-Muslims from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan to become Indian citizens if they escaped religious persecution and entered India before 2015.
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