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April 21, 2024
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Anurag Thakur slams Bihar and Bengal Govts for violence during Ramanavami, PM Modi’s call for World peace

PATNA/KOLKATA: Union Minister Anurag Thakur criticized the governments of Bihar and West Bengal for the recent incidents of violence and chaos during festivities. Thakur made the remark during an event organized by Ahimsa Vishwa Bhati Sanstha and the World Peace Centre on the occasion of Mahavir Jayanti.

Thakur noted that while Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been calling for world peace, two opposition-ruled states in India have experienced violence and chaos during recent festivals. He expressed concern that these incidents may have been orchestrated to serve narrow political motives and appease particular communities.

Thakur argued that the spread of unrest for vote-bank politics is a threat to peace and goes against the greater good of the country. He emphasized that this is not the time for war, but for democratic discourse and peaceful deliberation.

Both Bihar and West Bengal have experienced violent clashes during recent festivals, including Ram Navami celebrations. Incidents of violence, arson, and stone pelting were reported in these states, and prohibitory orders were enforced in some areas to maintain peace and prevent further unrest.

Union Minister Anurag Thakur Slams Bihar and Bengal Governments for Violence During Festivities Despite PM Modi’s Call for World Peace

Union Minister Anurag Thakur criticized the governments of Bihar and West Bengal for the recent incidents of violence and chaos during festivities. Thakur made the remark during an event organized by Ahimsa Vishwa Bhati Sanstha and the World Peace Centre on the occasion of Mahavir Jayanti.

Thakur noted that while Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been calling for world peace, two opposition-ruled states in India have experienced violence and chaos during recent festivals. He expressed concern that these incidents may have been orchestrated to serve narrow political motives and appease particular communities.

Thakur argued that the spread of unrest for vote-bank politics is a threat to peace and goes against the greater good of the country. He emphasized that this is not the time for war, but for democratic discourse and peaceful deliberation.

Both Bihar and West Bengal have experienced violent clashes during recent festivals, including Ram Navami celebrations. Incidents of violence, arson, and stone pelting were reported in these states, and prohibitory orders were enforced in some areas to maintain peace and prevent further unrest.

Thakur’s criticism highlights the need for political leaders to prioritize peace and unity over narrow political interests, especially during times of celebration and festivity.

Thakur’s criticism highlights the need for political leaders to prioritize peace and unity over narrow political interests, especially during times of celebration and festivity.

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