Mayawati News On Rakesh Tikait – Mayawati Made Rakesh Tikait’s Brotherhood Slogan A Weapon, Attack On Bjp And Sp – While the slogan of Rakesh Tikait given in the Kisan Mahapanchayat of Muzaffarnagar is trending on social media, on the other hand political parties have also started using it.
Mayawati News On Rakesh Tikait – Mayawati Made Rakesh Tikait’s Brotherhood Slogan A Weapon, Attack On Bjp And Sp
Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati has attacked the BJP and SP, supporting the brotherhood slogan of Tikait (Allahu Akbar and Har-Har Mahadev).
Mayawati has made two tweets identified with this on Monday morning. She wrote in the tweet, “Efforts for Hindu-Muslim communal harmony in the tremendous mahapanchayat of farmers held yesterday in Muzaffarnagar district of UP is also highly appreciated. This will surely help a little in recuperating the profound injuries of the horrendous uproars that occurred in the SP government in 2013, however it will likewise make many feel awkward.
1. यूपी के मुजफ्फरनगर जिले में कल हुई किसानों की जबरदस्त महापंचायत में हिन्दू-मुस्लिम साम्प्रदायिक सौहार्द के लिए भी प्रयास अति-सराहनीय। इससे निश्चय ही सन 2013 में सपा सरकार में हुए भीषण दंगों के गहरे जख्मों को भरने में थोड़ी मदद मिलेगी किन्तु यह बहुतों को असहज भी करेगी। 1/2
— Mayawati (@Mayawati) September 6, 2021
In her second tweet, Mayawati wrote, “Farmers are the pride of the country and their political ground, sown by BJP’s hatred for communal harmony from the platform for Hindu-Muslim brotherhood, is beginning to be seen slipping away and Muzaffarnagar has sown the Congress.” And the memory of SP’s riot-ridden rule has also been refreshed in the minds of the people.
That is, Mayawati has tried to make the slogan given by Rakesh Tikait to the society to remain united from the stage of the historic Kisan Mahapanchayat held at GIC ground in Muzaffarnagar on Sunday.
What did Tikait say?
Tikait especially surrounded the BJP from the platform of the Mahapanchayat and said that the people of UP will not tolerate those who cause riots. He had said that these people want to break, but we have to connect. Tikait had appealed to stay united by raising slogans of Allahu Akbar and Har Har Mahadev together from the stage itself and called for hurting the vote.
Now that the excitement of the UP assembly elections has intensified, Tikait’s statement has become a topic of discussion in the political corridors as well.