Muslims should have been sent to Pakistan in 1947, says Giriraj Singh

Union Minister Giriraj Singh, acknowledged for generating controversial statements, has stated Muslims must have been

Union Minister Giriraj Singh, acknowledged for generating controversial statements, has stated Muslims must have been sent to Pakistan in 1947.

“It is the time to dedicate ourselves to the nation. Before 1947, (Muhammad Ali) Jinnah pushed for an Islamic nation. It was a massive lapse by our ancestors that we are spending the price tag for. If at that time Muslim brothers experienced been sent there and Hindus brought listed here, we would not be in this circumstance. If Bharatvanshis really don’t get shelter listed here exactly where will they go?” NDTV quoted Singh as expressing.

The Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries minister’s remark came in the wake of nationwide protests in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

This is not the to start with time Giriraj Singh has manufactured controversial opinions,

Just four times ago, Singh was reportedly summoned by BJP chief JP Nadda above his remark alleging that the Islamic seminary Deoband in Uttar Pradesh is an “aatankvaad ki Gangotri (fountainhead of terrorism)”.

Singh experienced on Sunday came out with a different controversial assertion professing that the forefathers of AIMIM leader and Telangana MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi were being “looters” who created the Purple Fort.