'Poha' vs Halwa Politics on Citizenship on Citizenship Law continues. Now Union Minister Prakash Javadekar has additionally jumped into this controversy.
new Delhi: 'Poha' vs Halwa Politics on Citizenship on Citizenship Law continues. Now Union Minister Prakash Javadekar has additionally jumped into this controversy. Giving a befitting reply to Owaisi, Javadekar stated that I additionally eat poha and can feed you too.
The controversy began with a peculiar assertion by senior BJP chief Kailash Vijayvargiya. Kailash Vijayvargiya stated, "The outsider might be recognized by the way in which of consuming meals. The approach the laborers working in my home eat meals felt unusual. <! –
When doubtful, he was questioned. Two days later, the employees didn’t come to work. "
There was certain to be a dispute over Vijayvargiya's assertion. MIM Party chief Asuddin Owaisi not directly focused Vijayvargiya, saying that 'laborers mustn’t solely eat poha however solely they are going to be known as Indian, city of India'. Now Union Minister Prakash Javadekar hit again at Owaisi and stated that I additionally eat poha and can feed you too however this isn’t a problem.
Here is Vijayvargiya's full controversial assertion
Vijayvargiya had stated in his assertion, "There are about one crore refugees in the country but you do not know where the intruders are too. We have a tradition at the time of our meal. 6-7 laborers were eating poha together in a platter. , Was told that they do not eat bread. I asked where you are .. you told the contractor that they are from Bengal .. I asked which district of Bengal they are from but they could not tell. The contractor said – are from outside. I said- How did you put them to work. The contractor said that they are from Bengal, they get less money. "
Vijayvargiya stated in an occasion organized on the Indore Press Club, "A Bengal terrorist has been racking me in Indore for a year and a half. This is why the Center has provided me security. I never thought in Indore what it should be It has been, people outside the country will come and spread terror. "