Delhi Elections 2020 | BJP’s Kapil Mishra does it again, says ‘not just Kejriwal, Owaisi will recite Hanuman Chalisa too’
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Days before the people of Delhi will exercise their right to vote on February 8, political rivalries have gained pace in the national capital. With leaders from AAP, BJP and Congress attacking each other on a number of grounds, Shaheen Bagh -- the epicentre of anti-CAA protests -- have become the main source of the political game for the leaders.
On Tuesday, BJP motormouth Kapil Mishra, who had been warned by the Election Commission for his communal tweet last week, once again attacked the AAP government and said that if the majority stands in unity then it will dig the grave of the grimy politics played by the 20 per cent vote bank.
He also said that Kejriwal has started reading the Hanuman Chalisa and even AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi will chant the Hanuman Chalisa if the "majority" stands united.
In his tweet on Tuesday, Kapil Mishra said in Hindi, "Kejriwal has started reading the Hanuman Chalisa, now Owaisi will also start reading it."
केजरीवाल हनुमान चालीसा पढ़ने लगे है, अभी तो ओवैसी भी हनुमान चालीसा पढ़ेगा
ये हमारी एकता की ताकत हैं। ऐसे ही एक रहना हैं। इकट्ठा रहना हैं। एक होकर वोट करना हैं।
हम सबकी एकता से "20% वाली वोट बैंक" की गंदी राजनीति की कब्र खुदकर रहेगी
February 4, 2020
"This is the power of our unity. We should remain united and vote as one force. Our unity will dig the grave of the grimy politics played by the '20% vote bank'," said Kapil Mishra in his tweet in Hindi.
Mishra was referring to Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ recitation on Monday during a media event. Speaking at the event, the Aam Aadmi Party convenor recited Hanuman Chalisa and said that he doesn't need BJP's endorsement of being a Hindu.
Last week, Kapil Mishra -- who is the BJP candidate from Delhi's Model Town constituency -- was handed over a 48-hour ban by the Election Commission from campaigning for the Delhi Elections 2020 for his controversial tweets.
Kapil Mishra, in his tweets, had compared the Delhi elections on February 8 to a fight between India and Pakistan.
"Delhi mein chote chote Pakistan bane (Number of mini Pakistan has been created in Delhi)", "Shaheen Bagh mein Pakistan ki entry", "India Vs Pakistan February 8 Delhi", and AAP and Congress have created Shaheen Bagh like Pakistan are some of the contents in the tweets the EC order referred to while banning Kapil Mishra.
Twitter also took down the controversial tweets after receiving complaints. An FIR was also lodged against Kapil Mishra under section 125 of the Representation of the People Act dealing with creating enmity among classes.
Posted By: Talib Khan