Senior Congress pioneer Ghulam Nabi Azad has lamented that he isn’t called to crusade for the gathering any longer over feelings of dread that it might unfavorably affect Hindu votes, resounding a comparable grouse by Digvijaya Singh.
Tending to the graduated class of Aligarh Muslim University at an occasion in Lucknow, Azad stated, “Since the times of the Youth Congress, I have been crusading the nation over from Andaman and Nicobar to Lakshadweep. Around 95% of the individuals who used to call me were Hindu siblings and pioneers, and only 5% were Muslim siblings.”
“In any case, over the most recent four years, I have seen that the figure of 95 has dropped to only 20%. This implies there is something incorrectly. Aaj darta hai aadmi bulane se, ki iska voter pe kya asar hoga (They fear calling me or it influences cast a ballot),” an Indian Express report cited Azad as saying.
Taking protest to Azad’s announcement, BJP representative Sambit Patra said it was “amazingly, one more endeavor by the Congress to censure Hindus”.
Azad’s comments come days after the Congress was humiliated by a comparable proclamation made by Digvijaya Singh in survey bound Madhya Pradesh. A viral video of Singh’s casual visit with gathering laborers purportedly indicated him as saying that his talks “mark” Congress cast a ballot. “I have a solitary undertaking. No crusading, no addresses. My discourses gouge Congress cast a ballot, so I don’t go,” Singh had said.