Controversy Erupts as BJP MP Uses Offensive Language Against BSP MP in Lok Sabha!!

A heated controversy unfolded in India’s Lok Sabha when a BJP MP used highly offensive language against a BSP MP during a discussion. The derogatory remarks sparked outrage and led to calls for strict action against the offending MP, highlighting concerns about hate speech in the country’s parliamentary debates.

BJP MP Verbal Attack in the Lok Sabha

A major controversy unfolded in the Lok Sabha when Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Ramesh Bidhuri launched a verbal attack and used highly offensive language against Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Danish Ali during a discussion about the Chandrayaan-3 mission.

During his speech, Bidhuri referred to the BSP MP with highly objectionable terms, calling him a “Muslim ugrawadi” (Muslim terrorist), a “katwa” (circumcised), and a “bharwa” (pimp). His comments drew widespread outrage.

In a now-viral video, Bidhuri can be heard saying:

“Ye mulla aatankwadi hai, bahar pheko naa iss mulle ko” (This cleric is a terrorist, throw this cleric outside), while pointing at Ali.

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Reaction from Opposition Leaders

Opposition leaders strongly condemned Bidhuri’s shocking remarks. Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Mahua Moitra shared a clip of the incident on social media and called for strict action against Bidhuri.

Former Jammu and Kashmir CM and National Conference (NC) leader Omar Abdullah criticized the BJP leader for his offensive comments, stating that:

“Hate against Muslims has been mainstreamed like never before.”

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Concerns Raised by RJD MP

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP Manoj Jha expressed his dismay and said:

“I was saddened, but not surprised. This is the truth of PM’s ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’. We need to think that if such words were used for an MP in Parliament, then to what kind of language against Muslims, Dalits legitimacy is been given? Till now, the PM could not say a word on Ramesh Bidhuri….”

He highlighted the need to consider the impact of such language used against an MP in Parliament and its legitimacy regarding Muslims and Dalits.

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Response from Lok Sabha Speaker and Defence Minister

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla warned Bidhuri of “strict action” if such behaviour is repeated in the future, according to sources:

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh expressed regret over the “objectionable” comments made by his fellow BJP leader. Singh claimed he did not hear the words and requested the chair to strike them from the record.

BJP MP abuses BSP MP Lok Sabha

Congress MP Kodikunnil Suresh, who presided over the session, stated that he had already instructed officials to remove the offensive remarks from the records. Peek into the world’s highlights with our top headlines- Digi Hind News.

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