New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar criticized the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) for rewriting the independence movement. Duyya said that BJP-RSS have masked themselves in the name of independence celebrations.
Speaking at the Janata Dal United National Conference in Patna, Nitish said that RSS and BJP had no role in the freedom movement and now they will rewrite that too. Referring to the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav celebrations….Who was the leader of the freedom movement? He asked. He criticized the BJP for bringing new meaning to the freedom movement led by Father of the Nation Bapuji. He questioned why the festival was not called Bapu Mahotsav.
Everyone knows why Bapuji’s murder actually took place. Just realize that Gandhiji is uniting Hindus and Muslims. If necessary, BJP would wipe out the history of freedom movement and write new things, he said. Know that the day will come when even Gandhi, the father of the nation, will be sidelined. He also called to observe what is being done for the person who killed Gandhiji. Kumar made it clear that even though he is an ally of the BJP, he stays away from such matters.
He said that since he was working with them at that time, he did not talk about anything and moreover, he never supported such meaningless things. He also said that when the Union Home Minister called for a meeting of Chief Ministers in June, he skipped it and sent the then Deputy Minister Tara Kishore Prasad. It is known that Nitish formed a coalition government with RJD last month.
Subsequently, Nitish criticized the BJP on a large scale. Moreover, he also met various leaders with the aim of creating a strong opposition against the BJP in the 2024 elections. Nitish has already met Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Left leaders. Nitish will also meet Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, Nationalist Congress Party’s Sharad Pawar and others.
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