BJP Threatens to Block MP Leg of Bharat Jodo Yatra of Congress Over its Leader’s ‘Anti-Brahmin’ Comments

A Madhya Pradesh Congress chief’s alleged objectionable remarks in regards to the Brahmin neighborhood have triggered an argument with the BJP threatening to stop Rahul Gandhi’s ongoing ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ from coming into the state if the chief isn’t expelled from the get together.

Nevertheless, Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee media cell chairman KK Mishra, to whom the objectionable remarks have been attributed, claimed his feedback have been “twisted” by the ruling get together as they’re rattled by the large response Gandhi’s mass contact drive was getting throughout the nation.

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BJP employees on Tuesday staged a protest outdoors the residence of state Congress president Kamal Nath and demanded Mishra’s expulsion from the opposition get together.

Mishra made the alleged remarks in an interview to a neighborhood media particular person whereas responding to a query in regards to the state authorities taking motion towards Brahmin officers in context of the current suspension of Jhabua district’s superintendent of police (SP) and switch of the district collector.

Whereas the SP was suspended for allegedly utilizing abusive language over telephone towards college students looking for safety from him, the Jhabua collector was transferred following complaints of poor implementation of welfare schemes within the district.

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Within the interview, Mishra is heard saying although he’s proud to be a Brahmin, he considers humanity above every thing and can’t defend a “….. Brahmin who indulges in wrongdoings”.

Because the feedback went viral on social media, BJP employees led by Bhopal district president Sumit Pachouri staged a protest outdoors the residence of Kamal Nath and demanded expulsion of Mishra from the Congress.

The BJP employees stated if no motion is taken towards Mishra, they won’t permit Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, which began from Tamil Nadu within the first week of September, to enter Madhya Pradesh.

Later, some BJP leaders additionally met Nath at his residence and submitted a memorandum demanding Mishra’s ouster from the Congress.

Sources near the previous chief minister stated he informed the protesting BJP leaders he would study your entire episode and take an applicable motion.

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