Opposition trying to divide India: BJP on toilet row | India News – Times of India

 Opposition trying to divide India: BJP on toilet row | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: The ‘toilet controversy’ started with a viral video showing DMKDayanidhi K kill Highlighting the importance of English education. He reportedly said that people proficient in English got respectable jobs in the IT sector, unlike those from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh who only knew Hindi and moved to states like Tamil Nadu for menial work. gone.
A video clip shows this as an example. Sundar PichaiA native of Tamil Nadu, suggests that if the Google CEO had learned Hindi, he would have been employed as a construction worker.

‘Hindi-speakers from UP and Bihar clean toilets in Tamil Nadu’: DMK leader’s another shocker goes viral

Highlighting the RJD’s commitment to “social justice and equality”, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav said: “If the DMK MP had highlighted caste discrimination, if they had pointed out that only certain social groups do such dangerous things, then it would be understandable.. But anyone speaking against all the people of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh is totally wrong. We believe that any People of the state should respect those who come from other parts of the country.
He warned against making controversial statements that could incite hostility. He said that if the flow of migrant workers is stopped, normal life will be disrupted in many states.
Bihar Finance Minister and senior JD(U) leader Vijay Kumar Chowdhury echoed Tejashwi’s sentiments, calling Maran’s comments “irresponsible”. “Such a statement cannot come from a mature political leader,” he said, calling for measured language in public discourse.
BJP leaders launched a scathing attack against the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party, aligning Maran’s speech with DMK leaders’ recent controversial remarks about Sanatan Dharma. BJP chief spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Anil Biloni said, “Ghamandiya alliance is bent on creating a rift in the country because they are frustrated and are repeatedly abusing the people of the country, which is their frustration. And shows helplessness.”
Rajya Sabha MP and BJP spokesperson Sidhanshu Trivedi criticized the Indian bloc parties for trying to create social tension over language and region, contrasting it with PM Modi’s efforts at linguistic harmony. BJP spokesperson Shahzad Poonawalla condemned Maran’s language as “unfortunate” and accused the Indian bloc of trying to divide the country, while Tamil Nadu BJP vice-president Narayanan Thirupathi alleged that DMK leaders constantly use derogatory language against North Indians.
BJP Rajya Sabha member Sushil Kumar Modi asked Lalu Prasad and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to take action against DMK if RJD and JD(U) disagree with Maran’s comments.

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