Hardik attacks Modi with 1970’s Bollywood song, uses “Kalyug” metaphor
Earlier, Dalit leader Jignesh Mewani had supported Hardik’s “right to have sex.” Mewani blamed the BJP to breach Patel’s privacy
Unfazed by the alleged sex video scandal, Patidar Amanat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) leader Hardik Patel launched a fresh salvo against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Comparing Modi’s regime with Kalyug (the age of evil), Hardik used a 1970 Hindi film song ‘Ramchandra Keh Gaye Siya Se’ to highlight the ‘evil deeds’ of the Modi government.
Pointing out the RSS/BJP role in the murder of Mahatma Gandhi, he tweeted that in the times of BJP rule/Modi’s regime, everything is being sold for the political gain.
In an explicit reference to cow vigilantism and the Ayodhya issue, he said that BJP is the party which worships cow as mother but uses the beef issue for political gain.
Patel alleged that the party (RSS/BJP) did not take part in the Freedom struggle and killed Gandhi yet claim to be the defender of the Hindus. Hardik cited instances like Nathuram Godse’s temple as a sign of 'kalyug.'
It is important to note that the Hindu Mahasabha has built a temple after Nathuram Godse in Gwalior and installed Godse’s idol in the temple on November 16.
The 24-years-old Patel leader has been at the centre of a controversy over an alleged sex CD featuring him with a woman during first week of November. Defending his right to privacy, Patel has blamed BJP for the circulation of “sex clips.”
Dalit leader Jignesh Mewani had also supported Hardik’s “right to have sex.” Mewani blamed the BJP to breach Patel's privacy.
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- Nathuram Godse
- Hardik Patel
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi
- cow vigilantism
- Ayodhya dispute
- Patidar Amanat Andolan Samiti
- sex video scandal