new Delhi. Kanhaiya Kumar, the CPI chief and former president of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union, stays within the headlines today for his controversial statements. He was additionally in a variety of discussions in regards to the latest violence in JNU. At the identical time, he has once more given a disputed assertion on the Sangh. Azlak Kanhaiya Kumar is on a 'Jan-Gana-Man Yatra' in opposition to the CAA, NRC and NPR in Bihar. Meanwhile, he has tweeted a tweet accusing the Sangh of constructing faith a business.
What is the distinction between being a Hindu and a Sanghi?
Religion is religion for Hindus and business for the Sanghis.
– Kanhaiya Kumar (@kanhaiyakumar) February 6, 2020
Kanhaiya Kumar will attain nearly all the key cities of Bihar and conduct round 50 conferences in the course of the one-month 'Jan-Gana-Mana Yatra' in opposition to CAA, NRC and NPR. <! –
Kanhaiya began this journey from Bettiah on 30 January. However, he has additionally been attacked twice throughout this journey. During this time it was seen that Kanhaiya Kumar is consistently attacking the central authorities.
Kanhaiya Kumar has now attacked the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, he has defined the distinction between being a Hindu and a Sanghi on this tweet. Kanhaiya Kumar has accused the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh of utilizing faith as a business. He has written, 'What is the distinction between being a Hindu and being a Sanghi? Religion is religion for Hindus and business for the Sanghis.
Let me inform you that on Thursday, Kanhaiya Kumar's Jana Gana Mana Yatra convoy was pelted. This incident occurred whereas going to Saharsa in Bihar. During this, the glass of the autos of the convoy broke. Kanhaiya Kumar's supporters created a ruckus after the incident. From the administration, no association was made to take away the protesters who had gathered there. This was the second time this group was attacked in opposition to the citizenship regulation.