VHP will burn effigy of Bihar education minister on Friday - Patna News
by IANS | Updated Jan 12, 2023
VHP national president Dr RN Singh said that the Bihar education minister has given the statement due to his appeasement politics.
"He has given the statement to please a particular community and give a message to them that he can talk against Hindus without any problem. The minister should apologize for his statement. The state government should sack a senseless education minister," Singh said.
"VHP will burn the effigy of the Bihar education minister in Patna and the entire state to make people aware about how educated he is," Singh added.
VHP Bihar president Kameshwar Chaupal said: "When Hindu culture was under threat, the Hindu community had saved their culture through Ramcharitmanas in the entire world. Ramcharitmanas is showing the light to people who are disappointed and depressed. Why is the Bihar education minister not understanding how Shri Ram ate the "Joothe Ber" of Mata Shabri. He has also given the status of his brother Bharat to Nishadh Raj. Ramcharitmanas is like a sea and the Bihar education minister is picking snails at its cost."
"Ramcharitmanas would not be understood by everyone. Only a knowledgeable person can understand it," Chaupal said.
On Wednesday evening, Bihar education minister Chandrashekher Yadav claimed that Manu Smriti in the first era, Ramcharitmanas in the second era and MS Golwalkar's "Bunch of Thoughts" spread hatred in the third era in society.
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