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Jaising Ridlon stand with @EshwaraKhandre @JaisingRidlon 16 Sep 2019 At 09:29 PM

Karnataka Congress chief seeks apology from state minister' on remark over Muslims

Karnataka Congress President Eshwara Khandre has demanded an apology from state minister KS Eshwarappa on his remark that only Muslims favouring Pakistan would not vote for the BJP. Khandre, stated, "The people who live in this country are patriotic. To say that the people, especially from the minority community, who has voted for the BJP are patriotic and those who didn't vote for them are not patriotic and are in favour of Pakistan is unacceptable. It is against the democratic values of the country". This comes after KS Eshwarappa stated, "A patriot Muslim will vote for BJP and those who are pro Pakistan and traitors will hesitate to vote for BJP". Src: https://bit.ly/2lXIv81

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Jaising Ridlon doesn't stand with @YogiAdityanath @JaisingRidlon 16 Sep 2019 At 09:30 PM

Yogi Adityanath promises to restore Kanpur to its previous glory

Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath, while addressing a rally in Kanpur, stated, "The city has already been connected to air services and the ghats here are being beautified under the Namami Gange project and soon the people of Kanpur will travel on Metro trains, the lost glory of Kanpur will be restored soon". Adityanath further said that no riots have taken place recently, the manner in which they happened during the tenure of the previous govt. Law and order have been reestablished in the state while putting a conclusion to corruption and chaos. "Today, the BJP govt is working towards bringing prosperity to all through development. While the welfare of farmers has always been our priority, it is our govt that provided free LPG cylinders and power connections to the people", he added. Src: https://bit.ly/2mfj420

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Jaising Ridlon voted "Yes, Hindi should be made National Language" @JaisingRidlon 16 Sep 2019 At 09:30 PM

Do you support Amit Shah's push for Hindi as National Language?

Recently on the occasion of Hindi Diwas, BJP leader Amit Shah urged the citizens of India to use Hindi more often as the language unifies Indians. Irked by Shah's push for Hindi, many political leaders from South including Kamal Haasan. Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and BJP leader BS Yediyurappa voiced against Shah's call for 'One Nation, One Language'. India has over 700 dialects and is known to carry unity in the diversity image worldwide. Do you think giving importance to just one language will be unfair with non-Hindi speaking groups? What's your take? Comment below!

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No, all languages should be given equal importance


Jaising Ridlon stand with @SupremeCourt @JaisingRidlon 16 Sep 2019 At 06:22 PM

Restore normalcy in J&K, keep in mind national security: Supreme Court to Centre

The Supreme Court (SC) has asked the Centre to ensure that normal life is restored in Jammu and Kashmir and also to keep in mind national safety and security while doing do. The SC further said that Schools, Hospitals, and Public Transport should function properly. As per media reports, the SC has asked Union of India and Jammu and Kashmir Govt to file an affidavit over a petition challenging abrogation of Article 370 and fixed the matter to September 30 for further hearing. Src: https://bit.ly/2kOpVix

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