- “The UP government should immediately ban Salman Khurshid’s book”
- “People like Salman Khurshid have no right to live in India”
- “Khurshid should be reserved, those people should be sent to Pakistan”
Salman Khurshid has recently written a book. After this, there has been an uproar across the country. While Mehbooba Mufti has supported Salman, now Vishwa Hindu Parishad has also opened a front. Therefore, on Saturday in Shahjahanpur, VHP burned the effigy of Salman Khurshid and fiercely launched slogans. Not only this, Vishwa Hindu Parishad also threatened to cut out Khurshid’s tongue.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad burned an effigy of Salman Khurshid at the Khirni Bagh intersection of the Sadar Bazar police station area. During this time, between 20 and 25 VHP workers set the effigy on fire. He also talked about cutting out Salman Khurshid’s tongue. During this, the workers said that those people should be sent to Pakistan.
VHP District Minister Rajesh Awasthi said the Uttar Pradesh government should immediately ban Salman Khurshid’s book and bring a case against him. Vishwa Hindu Parishad says that people like Salman Khurshid have no right to live in India. Those people should be sent to Pakistan.
There is a ruckus over this book
Recently, Salman Khurshid has written a book entitled “Sunrise over Ayodhya”. There is a political uproar in this book. Because Salman Khurshid has pointed to Hindutva in his book. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad is furious at the controversial lines in Khurshid’s book.