A law enforcement criticism was submitted in opposition to Trinamool Congress MP Kalyan Banerjee following he courted controversy by referring to names of Goddess Sita and Lord Rama whilst criticising the BJP about the Hathras gang-rape incident in Uttar Pradesh. The BJP and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) came down heavily on Banerjee for hurting spiritual sentiments of the Hindus.
When addressing a rally in West Bengals Howrah district on Saturday, the TMC MP had “cracked a joke” referring to Goddess Sita and Lord Rama although attacking the BJP on the Hathras gang-rape and murder situation. A online video clip of Banerjee’s speech experienced absent viral on the social media.
A BJP Yuva Morcha activist has lodged a law enforcement grievance versus Banerjee at Golabari police station in Howrah district on Sunday for hurting the spiritual sentiments of the Hindus. BJP national basic secretary and Bengal minder Kailash Vijayvargiya criticised Banerjee for his comments and mentioned it shows the “agenda and way of thinking” of the TMC.
“The Trinamool Congress normally attempts to appease a person group. This is an unsightly reflection of the TMC’s appeasement politics. “They do not care for 70 for each cent of the folks of the condition, they are a governing administration only for the 30 for each cent”, he mentioned.
VHP countrywide spokesperson Vinod Bansal said the TMC’s politics and polices have been unmasked by building “derogatory remarks in opposition to Goddess Sita and Lord Rama”. “It seems one particular (Kalyan) Banerjee has augmented the slogan of ‘TMC Hatao Bangla Bachao’ by dragging the title of Mother Sita as element of their politics,” he mentioned.
Whilst reacting to the growth, Banerjee reported he had shared a joke on the phase which was previously viral on the social media. “I did not intend to harm anyone’s sentiments. Whilst attacking BJP on Hathras incident, I stated the joke,” he said.
“I have heard there has been a police criticism. I will say whatsoever I have to in the court,” he claimed. The TMC leadership, nevertheless, has declined to comment on the incident.
Banerjee, who is Lok Sabha member from Serampore constituency, stated Monday he had lodged a grievance with the Kolkata police about threat calls he has been obtaining around the incident.